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iphone + small pictures


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Searched the forums, nothing came up to exactly what I'm wondering.

Whenever I upload pictures from my iPhone to my MBP, all the photos are sooo small, even smaller than the iPhone screen, which makes absolutely no sense. I've looked all around iPhoto for resizing, but nothing comes up. When I plugged in my iPhone to a Vista PC for charging purposes, the pictures uploaded and were huge and very detailed, if I tried to get that size on my MBP they would show up as huge pixels everywhere. What should I do / is there a program I can use to make my pictures bigger for iPhone uploading?
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Not sure what's going on there. When I plug in my iPhone, iPhoto automatically opens up and asks if I want to import the photo's from the phone...all the photo's are large...never encountered the thumbnails you are talking about.
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