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iPhoto and Flickr are a perfect match for sharing pictures on the web. In iPhoto '09: 10 Things to Know About Flickr, instructor Derrick Story explains how these two applications work together to create online albums, known as sets. From the basics, like setting up a free Flickr account, to the more advanced features, like creating an iPhoto slideshow to publish on Flickr, Derrick reveals features that both beginning and advanced photographers can use to enhance their online collections.
So you live in the big city. Your parents are still in your hometown and they want to see pictures of that new apartment, pet, spouse, baby, you name it. Yeah, I think we can help you with that. Hi! I like to welcome you to iPhoto '09: 10 Things to Know About Flickr. Flickr is an open source application that lets you upload, organize, and share your photos online. The folks at Apple have cleverly integrated its functions with iPhoto. My name is Derrick Story. I'm a professional photographer, a senior contributor to Macworld Magazine and in my spare time, I also oversee a few digital media web sites.
Taking photos is only half the fun. Sharing them is the other half. So, today, I'm going to show you ten ways that Flickr can help you do that. In this course, I'll give you a brief tour of Flickr to get you familiar with all the things it can do. From there you will set up your own Flickr account, so I can show you how to connect it to iPhoto. Then you can share your photos with anyone else online. I'll show you functions that will let you organize and update your photos by adding geo-data and when you make changes in iPhoto, they are automatically updated to your Flickr account. You have got people that want to see your photos. So let's get started with iPhoto '09: 10 Things to Know About Flickr.
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