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Burning in iPhoto


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When I burn say four photos in iphoto, and then bring the disk to the photo lab, the disk shows maybe 12 photo's on it. Thumbnails, edited, original, and so on. Is there a way to burn just the final copy of the photo I want. Thanks

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iphoto is a very bad way to burn photos, they copy all subfolders and as you said, all originals and thumbnails. The best way is to create a folder on the desktop nad drag them from iphoto into this folder. Then burn a CD
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Thanks for the reply. I will use your method from now on. I didn't even think to try that because I only burn a few photos a year.

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