Tip: Optimise images
We estimate potential to save at least 1.1MB* by optimising images:
- dsc_0934.jpg is 1.8MB
- dsc_0130.jpg is 510kB and could be 286kB smaller
- istock-595329266.jpg is 495kB and could be 315kB smaller
- bucks1_11.jpg is 443kB and could be 276kB smaller
- bucks2_10-3.jpg is 239kB and could be 11kB smaller
- aerial-photo.jpg?mod... is 141kB and could be 102kB smaller
- laa_1761sjpg.jpg?mod... is 92kB and could be 66kB smaller
- bucks-apprentices-tr... is 49kB and could be 11kB smaller
- istock_000011680834s... is 28kB and could be 9.6kB smaller
- phoenix-etc.jpg?anch... is 19kB and could be 7.9kB smaller
First, check that images are appropriately sized - you most likely don't need a 6000x4000 pixel image straight from a digital camera. In Windows, the Photos software will let you quickly shrink huge images and will give you an improvement.
Next you could try using tinyjpg.com (JPG image) or tinypng.com (PNG image) to further optimise your image. This will strip out metadata that may be taking up lots of space.
*This is an estimate from Google PageSpeed and you may get much better results than this in practice.