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02-19-2012, 09:44 PM   #16
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since this is a basic question thought I'd add a basic warning, make sure you export/save to a new file (different name or folder) so you don't overwrite your fullsize image. You might want the fullsize image for another purpose (eg printing)

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Another tip...

After resizing your picture to a smaller size, it is good to apply a little sharpening to bring back some detail lost in the size reduction. Don't apply too much sharpening though or it will cause over-sharpening artifacts and make the photo look unnatural.

Take a look at this article for some pointers - I just came across it in a web search. It shows that sharpening (and other important adjustments) are in the "Adjust" window.

Use iPhoto to Make So-So Pictures Super Cool | Macinstruct

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Ok, thanks!
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