Discover how to improve your photos using iPhoto. Enhancing Photos with iPhoto, with Rich Harrington, shows how to crop and straighten photos, remove red eye, retouch blemishes, remove noise, add special effects, and improve exposure, color, and contrast.
Covers the entire photographic workflow in Aperture, from import to enhancement to output, plus special 3.3 features like Retina display support and iPhoto integration.
Covers the concepts and techniques behind efficient photo management and backup, which becomes increasingly important as a photo collection grows.
Offers an in-depth tour of iPhoto '11, demonstrating its various features for organizing, editing, and sharing images.
Reveals how to make an iPhoto library easily searchable using the new automated facial recognition technology.
Professional photographer Derrick Story shows how to establish two-way communication between Facebook and iPhoto.
Derrick Story explains how iPhoto and Flickr work together to create online albums, known as sets.
Explores the functions of Places and shows how geotagging can help with accessing photos.
Covers how to identify people in an iPhoto library, create a slideshow, and use Faces to organize collections.
Shows how photographers can make their image organization, retouching, and presentation routines more fun and efficient.
How to use iPhoto to manage photos, including burning CDs, editing, duplicating, and organizing.
Concentrates on Aperture's range of capabilities, including downloading selected images and accessing and understanding raw photo details.
Take advantage of all the tools and features in iPhoto 6, including integration with iWeb.
Tons of useful tips on managing a photo library, editing pictures, and sharing photos with friends and family.