Today's photo lesson is about how to export full size iPhone photos. Those of you who are lucky
enough to have an iPhone have probably come across a little problem with the photos that you've taken
with your iPhone. The normal and suggested way to export your iPhone photos was to send them as an
email attachment. A super simple process on the iPhone. The problem was the fact that when that photo,
in your iPhone was 1600x1200 at 5.4M, when opened from the email was 640x480 at 900k. 640x480 is
fine for viewing on your computer screen but terrible when you want to print it. The actual size of
1600x1200 at 5.4M will give you a photographic quality printed 5x7.
So, how do we get the actual size photo file out of the iPhone so we can make quality prints?
It is very simple. Attach your iPhone to your computer and run the iPhoto application. When iPhoto is
running, it will ask you if you would like to import the iPhone photos. Click "OK". Now you will have
the higher quality 1600x1200 photo files on your computer and you can print them into quality 5x7's.
See if this works for you or if you have a better way to do it, let me know.
Enjoy those printed 5x7's.
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