You need a photo project program. Adobe Photoshop and Paint Shop Pro (I think Sierra) are good ones. If not, microsoft Paint will work fine but you may hurt the quality of the picture. There are a few things you can do to reduce the size of the picture. If you are using MS Paint, open the photo up. The first thing you want to do is change the size of the photo so it is reasonable for online usage. First, crop out any excess of the photo that is not relevant to the image. If the air plane only consumes 10% of the photo graph you need to crop at least 75-80% of the photo out. Second, resize the picture, no more than 600 pixles wide is good. Goto edit/stretch/skew. Change the stretch a % below 100 untill the photo is aproximatly 600 pixles wide. If you have Photoshop or Paintshop pro you can usually reduce the quality of the photo to 16 bit (as oppose the 32 or 64) without much noticeable difference. Lastly, and most importantly, when you resave the image, the format. Resave the image as a .jpg. Saving the image as a .jpg will compress the image in a different codec and will tremendously save the size of the photo.