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Facebook is a terrific platform for sharing photos online, and iPhoto ’09 has the tools for organizing and editing the images before publishing them. In iPhoto '09: 10 Things to Know About Facebook, professional photographer Derrick Story shows how to establish two-way communication between these applications. He demonstrates how to make changes on one side and have those changes reflected in both places. Derrick covers editing techniques in iPhoto, shows how to work with tagging images, and offers troubleshooting tips for publishing photos on Facebook.
The folks over at Apple know where people are catching up with their friends. So they have made it easier to share your pictures on Facebook. Welcome to iPhoto '09: 10 Things to Know About Facebook. I'm Derrick Story. I'm a professional photographer and a Senior Contributor to Macworld Magazine. In this course I'll show you how easy it is for iPhoto to communicate with your Facebook photo albums. Yes, you will be able to link your images to the online publishing platform. But there is more. I'll show you how iPhoto's Faces can find people in your library to create new groups of photos, how a picture edited in iPhoto will update automatically online. You will see how tagging in Facebook can actually update your iPhoto library. And I'll even give you a couple of tips on things you need to look out for when publishing your pictures on Facebook.
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