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I swear - I searched!

My digital camera is set to take pics at a high resolution - when I upload my pics to me PC at work they load as 2272 x 1704 pixels & 1.62MB. When I load them on my Mac Book they are saved in iPhoto as 360 x 270 pixels & 59KB. Everytime I attempt to print I have resolution warnings. How do I change this? I don't want them to shrink so much!!!
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Those seem to be thumbnail sizes that you are viewing. Can you reiterate the exact steps that you do while importing them into iPhoto?
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Those seem to be thumbnail sizes that you are viewing. Can you reiterate the exact steps that you do while importing them into iPhoto?
I use an SD Card reader to import. When I put it in the USB port iPhoto opens and I enter what I want the roll to be named then click the import button. Once they are in my library I move them around.
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Just click on any photo and select File > Export and then save the image to desktop and see the file size.
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Just click on any photo and select File > Export and then save the image to desktop and see the file size.
Did this - it says 360x720.

My Mac is blowing my mind today - I keep running into problems.
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got to be a setting someplace. I just drag and drop to my desktop and get an exact samesize duplicate
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