iPhoto in Your Life
We all have an abundance of digital photographs. It is now much easier to take digital photos and, with cheaper and larger Flash memory, your camera can store more images. Having more than 4,000 images on your computer is nothing. The tool to help you import, organize, enhance, and publish with is iPhoto.
iPhoto allows you to easily import images from either your hard drive or from your camera's USB connection. Once in your iPhoto, you can organize your images into collections. This allows you to easily find your images later.
You can take any collection of images and create an on-the-fly presentation. The images can be displayed in beautiful clarity with stunning transitions. Music from iTunes can synchronize the presentation to the beat of the music.
Images and collections in iPhoto can be easily shared online through your .MAC account or you can send your images to be professionally printed and bound. Great for holiday gifts!
One problem that plagues iPhoto is that the software has a restriction of 20,000 images. If you have more than that, the software might work incorrectly. Although you won't lose any images, you might not be able to find them in iPhoto.