As DSLR’s take very high quality images, you will need to resize your pictures.
Here are two simple and fast ways of resizing images.
1 – Connect the SD Card to the PC or Mac using a card reader (available in the tech store)
2 – Open Photoshop
3– Go to File > Scripts > Image Processor
1 – Pick a Source Folder. This is where you are importing photos from.
On a Mac, go to Finder, then: EOS_DIGITAL > DCIM > 100CANON
On a PC, go to Computer, then: EOS_DIGITAL > DCIM > 100CANON
Please note, in some instances, the memory card may not be called EOS_DIGITAL, it may be called NONAME or AVCHD.
2 – Select Location to Save Processed Image.
Create a folder somewhere where you will find it. This folder will be where your imported images are saved to.
3 – Set Quality to 10
4 – File Type – Tick “Resize to Fit” and set Width (W) & Height (H) to 1000px
5 Click “Run”
- Connect the camera and open iPhoto
- Under “Devices” select the camera
1 – Enter an Event Name
2 – Select the photos you wish to import (hold down cmd + click to select multiple photos)
3 – Click “Import Selected”. Or if you want to import all of your photos, click “Import x Photos”
4 – Once your photos have imported, select all of your photos.
5 – Go to File – Export
6 – Make sure “Kind” is set to JPEG
7 – “JPEG Quality” is High
8 – “Size” is set to Custom
9 – Set “Max” to dimension and enter 1000px in the “of” box.
10 – Click “Export”
11 – Choose where you wish your photos to be saved to.