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Is there any program built into mac os X that will let me resize a photo so that it's file size is smaller.

This would be great, because I have some file size limitations on my blog and I can't get some pictures up there.

I'd really appriciate it if someone could let me know if there is a simple way to do this without spending $100 for an adobe program that is not universal.

Thanks,

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Never mind guys, i just did a search and my answer was solved.

Thanks anyway though.
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You can export images in iPhoto with smaller resolutions

www.imageshack.us can also automatically resize images for you

Don't forget to use the new User Reputation System
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Open up terminal and type for example... sips --resampleWidth 100
Then drag a copy of you file into terminal and hit enter.

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