Question about Apple iPhone4 4G iPhone 4
I want to email pictures to my computer which is a mac book pro
Very well. after you take you pic, go to photos, camera roll, check the photo you want to send, click icon in bottom left corner, click next, click mail icon, enter email address you want to send to
Posted on Sep 11, 2014
Hi Linda :)
The easiest way is to connect your iPhone with a USB cable to your MacBook Pro, and you will be asked to copy your pictures through iPhoto in just a few seconds. Look for a blue button that reads "Import Photos" or similar.
or if you insist to send photos via email then : If you want recipients to be able to use the photos you send, rather than simply view them, you can attach the photo files to your email message. Recipients can then download the photos from the email message and print them, use them in their own projects, and so on.
Note: Some of your recipients might use Internet service providers that don't accept messages over a certain size. If you use the Mail application included with OS X, iPhoto automatically uses the first account in Mail Accounts preferences to email your photos. You can set up different iPhoto Mail accounts and choose which one to use when you send the email.
You can send photos from your photo library or an album, but not from a slideshow or a project (such as a book, card, or calendar).
If you don't see your email provider, click Cancel and follow the steps in the task below to set up your email account.
Your photos appear in the email window, presented in a theme.
If you don't select this option, the photos in the theme are combined into a single image. The email is smaller, so it takes less time to send and to download, but your recipient can print the photos only as part of the theme, not individually.
If the email address you want to use isn't included, see the task below to add it.
Set up a photo email account
If you're in full-screen view, move your pointer to the top of the screen to make the menu bar appear.
If your service provider isn't listed, choose Other.
If you use the Mail application included with OS X, some account information might be filled in already. If you're not sure what to type, contact your service provider.
View your photo email messages
To view email you send from iPhoto, you need to send yourself each email message. iPhoto can automatically send you a "blind" carbon copy (blind means that your recipients won't see that you are a recipient too).
Posted on Sep 10, 2014
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