How to Use iPhoto for simple file export iPhoto and Aperture


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Using iPhoto for simple file export

It's pretty easy to get your photos out of iPhoto. You can choose one or you can hold down the Command key and choose a number of images and export them. Go to File>Export right here and we're back to the File Export dialog box here. Make sure you have this tab selected. First thing you want to do is decide what format do you want, and you have all the usual suspects here. If you brought in a RAW file into iPhoto by the way, then Original will give you that RAW file out, just so you know.

And you get to pick the Quality that you want. Remember, the higher the Quality, the bigger the file size. Just something to note, most of us are usually right around high or medium for our quality setting for JPEGs and You can include a little bit of Metadata, Title and Keywords and if you have GPS data associated with your photo, let's say that you took the shot with your iPhone, probably there is GPS data with it. If you want that information to travel with the image as you export it out...

Using iPhoto for simple file export
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Using iPhoto for simple file export provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Derrick Story as part of the Using iPhoto and Aperture Together

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