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Indexing Photos Using Faces and Places in Aperture 3
By Dion Scoppettuolo
Apr 28, 2010
How can you precisely determine where a photo was taken or who is in the photo? Thankfully, there are easy and engaging ways in which Aperture can help you.
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Working with Geo-Tagged Photos in iPhoto and Preview
By John Tollett
Feb 8, 2010
John Tollett explains how to add and use location information (geo-tags), mapping your photos to show where they were taken.
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iPhoto 09 for Mac OS X: Working with Faces
By Adam Engst
May 25, 2009
The most important addition to iPhoto '09 is Faces, which can detect faces in photos and, after you've trained it by identifying a person in a number of photos, automatically recognize that person's face in other photos. Adam Engst shows you how to use this addictive tool.
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Intro to Image Editing in Aperture 2
By Richard Harrington, Ben Long, Orlando Luna
May 30, 2008
In this one-hour lesson, you'll learn how to import, crop, and straighten photos as well as improve white balance and remove sensor dust and red eye from your photos using Apple's Aperture 2 software.
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How To Buy and Rent Media To Play on Your Apple TV
By Jeff Carlson
May 2, 2008
In this excerpt from The Apple TV Pocket Guide, Second Edition, author Jeff Carlson tells you how to buy cool stuff to watch on your Apple TV using either your computer or the Apple TV itself.
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Comparing Digital Camera Sensors, Part 1
By Peter Bauer
Feb 22, 2008
In part one of this three-part series, Peter Bauer takes a look at some practical aspects of different-sized camera sensors in digital SLRs. Which camera should you buy? You may want to read this first.
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Top 10 Reasons To Upgrade to Aperture 2
By Richard Harrington
Feb 19, 2008
Apple released the long-awaited update to its Aperture image-editing software last week. So, is Aperture 2 worth the upgrade? Author Richard Harrington thinks so and he gives you 10 reasons why you should upgrade too.
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iPhoto '08's Greatest Hits
By Jim Heid
Oct 26, 2007
Apple’s new, improved iPhoto ’08 has a slew of new features that will change the way you work with photos on your Mac. Jim Heid, author of the upcoming The Macintosh iLife ’08, takes you on a tour of his favorite iPhoto improvements.
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The Top Five Add-ons for Apple's iPhoto
By Ryan Faas
May 4, 2007
Ever since its initial introduction, Apple's iPhoto has been a great tool for anyone with a digital camera. As great as iPhoto is, however, longtime users with libraries containing thousands of photos know that the application does have some areas that need enhancing to make it more powerful and seamless for today's digital photographers. Ryan Faas gives his top five iPhoto plug-ins and helper applications to help tame your iPhoto library and expand your iPhoto experience.
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Organize Your Images With iPhoto
By Adam Engst
Dec 29, 2006
There are two types of people when it comes to photos. First are the Martha Stewart types who manage to organize every picture into precious handmade albums constructed of used tissues and old grocery bags. Then there are the rest of us, who dump our pictures in a box, and that's if we remember to develop the film in the first place. In this chapter, Adam Engst focuses on iPhoto's organizational features. Some require a little effort, but even with no work, your digital photo collection will be far better organized than the box in the closet.
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Organizing Photos
Nov 13, 2006
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Organize and Refine Your Photos in iPhoto
By Michael Rubin
Aug 25, 2006
When you start taking lots of digital photos of all the different events in your life, you'll want to keep them organized. Just as with traditional photography, you can create albums of digital photographs. One important difference is that digital albums are a lot more powerful. In this lesson, you'll learn the basics of organizing your collection into albums in iPhoto and making those photos look as good as can be, ultimately leading up to sharing them with friends and family.
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iLife Basics: Shooting Good Digital Snapshots and Putting Them in Your Mac
By Michael Rubin
Jun 23, 2006
This lesson will demystify the way a computer can talk to (and control) a digital camera. It will give you some basic guidelines for handling your camera and creating impressive snapshots, as well as dealing with less-than-ideal lighting and subject orientation. It will also introduce you to iPhoto, the iLife tool for moving those photographs from camera to Mac, and ultimately organizing and sharing them.
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Lights, Camera, Photocast: Sharing Photos with iPhoto 6
By Ryan Faas
Mar 10, 2006
Photocasting is one of the biggest new features in iPhoto 6 and it offers a great new way to share your photos with family and friends. But how do you publish a photocast and make certain that anyone with a Mac or PC can view it in spite of the problems reported with some RSS readers? Ryan Faas has all the answers.
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Making a Slideshow with iPhoto 5
By Elizabeth Castro
Sep 23, 2005
iPhoto 5 includes some pretty exciting tools for creating a slideshow to show off your vacation photos or a display a presentation for work. This chapter includes detailed instructions and helpful tips to help you get started on a slideshow.
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Creating a Photo Book with iPhoto
By Maria Langer
Aug 5, 2005
In addition to being a great writer and pilot, Maria Langer is a terrific photojournalist. Well, maybe not. She's actually really good at taking digital pictures and using the easy steps she covers in this article to assemble those images into impressive photo books. Want to create picture books of your own with that professional look? Just follow along.
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Publishing Your Photos on the Web with iPhoto
By Maria Langer
May 20, 2005
Armed with a digital camera, a .Mac account, and iPhoto, you can easily publish your photos online. Maria Langer shows you two different ways to accomplish the task, and both of them are really easy. And fun. Did we mention fun?
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Creating a Custom Screen Saver with iPhoto
By Maria Langer
Oct 22, 2004
Want to remember the Bridge of Sighs every time you boot up? If you've been collecting photos in iPhoto, you probably have hundreds of images of family, friends, vacations, and other subjects just sitting on your hard disk collecting digital dust. Why not use them to dress up your workspace by turning your favorites into a screen saver? With iPhoto 2 and Mac OS X 10.3 Panther, it's easy.
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iPhoto: Organize and Share Your Digital Photos
By John Tollett, Robin Williams
Dec 13, 2002
Learn how to use iPhoto to organize and edit your photos, then share them with friends, relatives, or business associates in a number of different ways.