So you want to send an attachment. Sometimes, when you send an attachment as part of an email, it gets jumbled and compressed by the sending and/or receiving email client. In order to eliminate this problem, we've set up an FTP site for you send us files directly.
Before sending us a file, there are a few "best practices" that we have found makes the process a little less labor-intensive for you as well as providing us with the best files the first time.
Send High-Res Images
Generally speaking, the larger the file size, the better resolution the image is. For this reason, it's ideal to send us the best (highest resolution) image that you can find.
Sending Multiple Images
Using our FTP site you can easily upload one image at a time, however, there is a way to send a bunch of images all at the same time:
- CREATE A NEW FOLDER
- DROP IN THE IMAGES
- COMPRESS THE FOLDER
- VISIT OUR FTP SITE
- On a PC: (in an Explorer window) click "File", choose "New", select "Folder".
- On a MAC: (in a Finder window) click "File", choose "New Folder".
- Make sure you take note of where the folder is being created.
- Find all of the images that you want to send and drop them into the folder you created.
- On a PC: (in an Explorer window) right-click on the folder, choose "Send To", select "Compressed (zipped) Folder".
- On a MAC: (in a Finder window) right-click on the folder, choose "Compress [ folder name] ".
- Make sure you take note of where the compressed folder will be created (the default location is usually in the same place as folder you're using to create the compressed folder).
- Click here to visit the FTP site now.
- If you'd like, enter a message.
- Click the "Browse" button and choose the new compressed (.zip) folder you just created.
- Click "Send It".