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iPhoto is elegant and easy to use, and comes preinstalled on Macs running the OS X Mavericks operating system. iPhoto is a natural choice for photographers who want to keep their photo libraries organized and make simple image enhancements. Join author and photographer Derrick Story as he shows how to curate, enhance, and share your photos with iPhoto. He'll also review special features, like creating perfectly sized email attachments, custom greeting cards, and animated slideshows. Plus, learn how to back up your images with iCloud and make sure you never lose an important photo again.
I'm going to publish an image from my iPhoto library directly to my Flickr page, but I want to show you just how quickly you can go from start to finish with this. So, I'm actually going to edit it and then publish it, and lets see how quickly we can do this work flow. So, lets take the show of Kathleen here, and I'm going to go to edit, and we're going to crop it. So we'll just bring this down, just like this here, and we'll bring this up, something just like this. There we go. All right, that looks good. Now, I'm going to go over to Adjust and let's make sure that the color temperature is right. Looking pretty good. And now, we'll go to Effects and let's add an Edge Blur. Just like that. All right, we're ready to go. Maybe we'll back it off just one. Now, I'm going to go back here, and we'll go down to our Share menu. This is real time. We're working, and this is like, you know, the, the show 24, right, where we're just doing it as we talk.
I'm going to send it to my photo stream. We'll let everyone see it. Make it half size, and I'm going to click Publish. Okay, let's see if it was there. Let's refresh my Flickr page. And just like that, there she is. Fantastic. So, we edited and published in just a few minutes. This is how quickly you can work in iPhoto. Now you establish the connection to Flicker in preferences. Right here ,you add your account information. Once you do that, you can publish just like I did.
And I'll tell you, it's a great way to go. And you'll see right down here, after you've published a shot, that Flickr will show up in the Shared part of your library pane right here. You can click on it and see, basically, all of your Flickr sets. So communication has been established between iPhoto and your Flickr account. It's a great way to share the images that you have locked in iPhoto, and get them out there so the world can see your pictures.
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