By Michael Grothaus
Taking Your iPhoto '11 to the Max walks clients via Apple's preferred software program program within the iLife suite--iPhoto. This e-book is helping humans use iPhoto to its fullest to prepare and create electronic thoughts and keepsakes in their lifestyles.
- Learn all approximately Apple's most recent model of iPhoto--iPhoto '11
- Explore iPhoto one menu button at a time
- Walk-through tutorials advisor you step-be-step
What you are going to learn:
- How to import current photograph libraries from well known home windows purposes
- How to arrange and edit your photographs
- How to tag and type your photographs utilizing iPhoto's Faces and areas features
- How to create occasions, albums, and clever photograph albums
- Create custom-made keepsakes like books, playing cards, and slideshows utilizing your photos
- Share your photographs through MobileMe, Flickr, and Facebook...all with out leaving the iPhoto app!
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Additional resources for Taking your iPhoto '11 to the max
First, select the photo or photos you want to rate; then you can do one of the following: From iPhoto’s menu bar: Select Photos My Rating and choose None or one to five stars. From your keyboard: Press the Command key on your keyboard and then 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 to rate the selected photos between 0 and 5 stars. From iPhoto’s Info Pane: Click and drag your mouse over the hollow stars to rate the photo. From underneath a photo: Click and drag your mouse over the hollow stars to rate the photo.
Some of these water photos show pictures of flood damage to your basement (which you’ve tagged using the keywords “water,” “house,” “insurance,” and “flood”). Others show the lake you vacationed at in Missouri last summer (keywords: “water,” “vacation,” “lake,” “summer,” “US”). Still others show pictures you took at of the Mediterranean Sea (keywords: “water,” “sea,” “vacation”). So, you’re searching for all your photos that contain water, but you want to exclude the pictures of the flood damage to your house.
Select the appropriate one. For Title you’ll be able to set the following: Empty: Clears any previous title name from the photographs. Text: Any text you enter in the text field will become the photos’ titles. You can check Append a Number to Each Photo to add a sequential number after each one. For example, if you title the photos as “Cool,” all the images selected will be named “Cool – 1,” “Cool – 2,” and so on. Event Name: This assigns the name of the photo’s event as the photo’s title.
Taking your iPhoto '11 to the max by Michael Grothaus