iPhoto

iPhoto

iPhoto

View in Mac App Store $14.99 Category: Photography Updated: Dec 11, 2013 Version: 9.5.1 Size: 1.15 GB Languages: English, Catalan, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian Seller: Apple Inc. © 2013 Apple Inc. Compatibility: OS X 10.9 or later Description iPhoto lets you do(…)

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iPhoto Tips

iPhoto Tips

1. Full Screen Image Editing Click images to embiggen Use this feature to remove the clutter of the Desktop, Menu Bar, Dock and other photos by editing a photo in Full Screen mode. To enter full screen editing mode, you have three options: Option #1: Select a photo to edit. in the Menu Bar select(…)

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Connect your camera or camcorder

Connect your camera or camcorder

Digital cameras and camcorders allow you to capture memorable events. Learn how to import your photos and videos from your camera or camcorder. Digital camerasWith iPhoto, you can organize, edit, and share your photos. Your friends and family may enjoy your vacation videos even more after you edit the footage in iMovie. If your looking(…)

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iPhoto

iPhoto

Working with RAW images: Does iPhoto actually use RAW image data? All I see are JPEG copies of my RAW images.That’s a great question—yes, it certainly does, and its unique process helps simplify the RAW workflow for people who don’t have time to be photo experts. The first time you edit a RAW image in(…)

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iPhoto

iPhoto

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iPhoto

iPhoto

Working with RAW images: Does iPhoto actually use RAW image data? All I see are JPEG copies of my RAW images.That’s a great question—yes, it certainly does, and its unique process helps simplify the RAW workflow for people who don’t have time to be photo experts. The first time you edit a RAW image in(…)

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Using iPhoto:

Using iPhoto:

Working with RAW images: Does iPhoto actually use RAW image data? All I see are JPEG copies of my RAW images.That’s a great question—yes, it certainly does, and its unique process helps simplify the RAW workflow for people who don’t have time to be photo experts. The first time you edit a RAW image in(…)

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FAQ

FAQ

Working with RAW images: Does iPhoto actually use RAW image data? All I see are JPEG copies of my RAW images.That’s a great question—yes, it certainly does, and its unique process helps simplify the RAW workflow for people who don’t have time to be photo experts. The first time you edit a RAW image in(…)

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Printing

Printing

To print pages from a book, calendar, or card on your printer: Select an item in your Source list. Choose File > Print. Select print options. To see exactly how your pages will look before printing them, click Preview. Click Print. Printing a Contact Sheet: Photographers often create contact sheets — quick-reference prints containing small(…)

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Customizing

Customizing the organize toolbar: The toolbar is the row of buttons that appears at the bottom of the iPhoto window. When you view the photos in a particular Event or album, you are in organize view. You can customize the toolbar in organize view by adding or removing buttons that let you perform the most(…)

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Editing

Editing

Editing photos in another application: You can do many editing tasks in iPhoto, such as rotating and cropping a photo, changing a color photo to black and white, adjusting exposure and contrast, and reducing red-eye.If you want to make other changes to a photo, you can open it in another image-editing application, such as Adobe(…)

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Creating

Creating

Creating a CD or DVD: You can use the iPhoto burn feature to archive your photos and albums for viewing in iPhoto only. If you want to create a disc to be viewed on a Windows computer or by a photo processing company, you must use the Finder. To create a CD or DVD using(…)

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Deleting

Deleting a folder, album, book, calendar, card, or slideshow: There are several ways to delete an Event from your iPhoto library. To delete an Event: Select the Event, then do one of the following: Press Command-Delete. Drag the Event to iPhoto Trash. Choose Photos > “Move to Trash.” Warning: If you delete an Event that(…)

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ColorSync

Color Profile: iPhoto uses ColorSync profiles, which provide an easy way to ensure accurate color in your images from the time you import them until you print or display them.If a photo does not already have a color profile embedded, iPhoto assigns one so the photo can be viewed properly in iPhoto. You may want(…)

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Cropping

Cropping

Cropping photos:Important: Cropping a photo changes its appearance in the photo library and in every album, slideshow, book, calendar, and card where it appears. To edit a photo without changing it everywhere it appears, make a duplicate to edit by selecting the photo and choosing Photos > Duplicate. Here are some tips: If you’re working(…)

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Exporting

You can export photos from your photo library or an album so you can send them to others or import them into another application. To export photos: Select the photo or photos you want to export. From the File menu, choose Export. Click the File Export tab. If necessary, scale images to a specific size(…)

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Importing

Importing

Photos can be imported from a digital camera if both your computer and your camera have built-in USB ports and your camera is compatible with iPhoto.Check your computer’s specifications if you are unsure if it has built-in USB ports.See the iPhoto Device Compatibility page to see if your camera or media reader is compatible with(…)

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