Import them into iPhoto then either export them or email them and choose a small size. If you choose email you get a choice of small medium large and full size. If you choose export (under the share menu), change the file type to jpg and them scale themwirelessimports said:I just got a Mac Mini and converted from PC... So how do i change the size of pictures i have?
Like I want to shrink a few pics to make smaller, on a PC id just use MS Paint, what does OSX have?
The Gimp is a free open source version of PS really, so if you want to give it a go i would try that out, you will have to install X11 though to run it, but its a good app all around and can do just about, if not all tht things you mentionwirelessimports said:thanks to everyone for your help and advice, just one last thing. Besides cropping the size anyone know which one of these will allow me to do some major editing like adding text or a watermark, taking 2 pictures and putting them side by side with each other and saving them in one file?
Lastly, if im not being too greedy here, one that is very simple to use since im a moron at working a computer.
Thanks again to everyone whose made some reccomendations.
By the way, how is photoshop for idiots? easy to use?
As the others have already pointed out, there are many applications, some free and others not, that you can use to edit the size.wirelessimports said:How do i edit the size of pictures?
There is also a full-function, limited time trial version of Photoshop Elements 3 on the Adobe website. I was using GIMP, and I liked it so much, that I just bought it. GIMP is very nice, and very powerful, but there are some things about the way it's implemented on MacOS that I don't care for.Mitthrawnuruodo said: