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Use Photo Booth to Create a Buddy Picture

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Got a built-in iSight camera? Then take advantage of the Photo Booth app and create an instant photo of yourself that can be easily turned into a Buddy Picture for iChat. All you have to do is:
1. Select the type of a photo you’d like to take, look straight into the camera and click the Camera button.
2. Select the photo thumbnail you’d like to set as a Buddy Picture.
3. Click the Buddy Picture icon.
4. Open iChat. The photo you’ve chosen will appear as your Buddy Picture.
5. If needed, resize it, and click Set.

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