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April 14, 2009 11:12 AM Subscribe
When I burn pictures to a CD on my mac, why does it always burn the uncorrected ones?
posted by rileyray3000 to Technology (6 answers total) 2 users marked this as a favorite
I freely admit - I'm not a mac guy. But I caved, I got a really nice I-mac and for almost everything that's not insanely technical it's great. one thing I LOVE is I-photo. The easy way to bump up shadows, to increase midtones and highlights. I'm frickin Ansel Adams with this thing.
Until I try to burn a disc of said pictures.
Then, for some reason, I get the original uncorrected photos. Photos I assumed were long gone. But for some reason, there they are, making me look like community college photography student.
1) Why are the old copies still on there? Is there a way to insure when I change a photo it STAYS changed and there's no other copies hanging around?
2) Barring that, how do I burn just the good photos - the corrected ones - by default?