- By Michael Rubin
- Aug 25, 2006
This chapter is from the book
- How do you add new albums?
- How do you put a library photo (or a group of photos) into
a specific album?
- How do you rearrange the sequence of images within an album?
- How do you turn on full-screen view?
- Which tool in the Edit window can you use to improve a photo’s
- How do you assign a keyword to a photo?
- Name the one-touch tool that automatically improves a photo
with image problems.
- How can you fix the eerie red glowing eyes that a flash sometimes
creates in people and pets?
- What’s the best tool for straightening a crooked horizon?
- Name a great way to organize your source materials.
- Click the plus button to add new albums.
- Put photos in a specific album by dragging an image (or a group
of images) from the library to the chosen album.
- You rearrange the sequence of images within an album by dragging
the images to new locations.
- Click the Enter Full Screen button in the bottom-left corner
of the window.
- The Crop tool can reframe an image to fit in a frame or to
- Click the photo (or photos) in the library or album to select
them. Choose Photos > Get Info. In the dialog box that appears,
click the Keyword button; then make your selection from the
- The Enhance tool.
- Use the Red-Eye tool to get the red out.
- Adjust crooked images and frame them with precision using the
options in the Adjust window.
- Use folders to organize the many kinds of source materials
you create in iPhoto.