- iPhoto: Organize and Share Your Digital Photos
- First, install iPhoto
- Open iPhoto
- Import your photos to iPhoto
- Viewing your photos
- iPhoto Preferences
- Create an Album and add photos to it
- The Organize view
- Arrange the order of the photos
- Keywords and searching
- The Edit view
- The Book view
- The Share view
- Export copies of your photos in various formats
- Extra tips and information
iPhoto is an application made exclusively for Mac OS X. It makes managing your digital photo collections both easy and fun. You can effortlessly import photos straight from most digital cameras, as well as from other sources, such as a digital card reader, CD, Zip disk, or from a location on your iMac's hard disk. Use iPhoto to organize and edit your photos, then share them with friends, relatives, or business associates in a number of different ways.
Even if you don't own a digital camera, you can send your exposed film to companies that offers digital film services. These companies can process your film and put your photos on a CD or post them on the web for you to download. Visit www.Ofoto.com or www.Shutterfly.com to see what services are available.
For a list of compatible cameras, printers, and digital card readers, see the iPhoto web site (www.apple.com/iphoto). If your digital device is not listed as compatible, there is still a chance that it may worktry it before you buy a new one.
And if you want still more details on iPhoto, pick up Adam Engst's great book, iPhoto for Mac OS X: Visual QuickStart Guide.