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I create three random images:

i1 = Image[RandomReal[1, {8, 12, 3}]];
i2 = Image[RandomReal[1, {8, 12, 3}]];
i3 = Image[RandomReal[1, {8, 12, 3}]];

I can scale a single image with

ImageResize[i1, Scaled[50]]

How can I map ImageScaled to all of them

ImageResize /@ {i1, i2, i3}

using the Scaled[50] argument?

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ImageResize[#, Scaled[50]]& /@ {i1, i2, i3}
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Thanks for answer, but there is no closing parenthesis, even if I add the parenthesis it only prints ImageScaled[#1, {Scaled[50], Scaled[50], Scaled[50]}] – user2019001 Jan 8 '14 at 6:11
@user2019001. Thanks for pointing out my typo. Try the edited version. – m_goldberg Jan 8 '14 at 6:13
Thanks for editing, the answer you gave is correct but I put the wrong command, it should be ImageResize, however this worked, thanks. – user2019001 Jan 8 '14 at 6:20

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