With better ways to get your photos online and new options for creating printed projects, iPhoto '11 makes it easier than ever to transfer photos from a digital camera, organize them, and publish, print, or share them in mapsabut there's still no printed manual for the program. Fortunately, David Pogue and Lesa Snider team up in this witty, authoritative book that should have been in the box. Organize your collection. Discover all of the options for grouping your picturesaby events, in albums, or based on whoas in the photo or where it was taken. Sharpen your editing skills. Learn how to use iPhotoas beefed-up editing options, including its Photoshop-like adjustments panel. Share images online. Get your photos to everyone on your list by publishing them to Flickr, Facebook, and MobileMe. Dive into creative projects. Have fun building slideshows (with music), gift books, calendars, and cards.If the ViewaSort PhotosaAscending option is checked, then the worst photos (no stars or one star) appear at the top, and the best ones (five stars) at the bottom. Choose ViewaSort PhotosaDescending to put the five-star prize-winners at the top. ac Find by ratings. ... After all, you never know when the Popular Photography contest-committee judges might come ringing your doorbell. Page 63 has theanbsp;...
|Title||:||iPhoto '11: The Missing Manual|
|Author||:||David Pogue, Lesa Snider|
|Publisher||:||"O'Reilly Media, Inc." - 2011-03-15|