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iPhoto '09 has a fantastic new face recognition method: the Faces tool. From understanding the tool to sharing favorite shots on Flickr and Facebook, iPhoto '09: 10 Things to Know About Faces teaches iPhoto users how to take advantage of Faces. Instructor Derrick Story covers how to identify people in an iPhoto library, create a slideshow with Faces photos, and use Faces to organize collections. With all the new features of the Faces tool, iPhoto is a great family snapshot application.
It used to be, we would store photos in a shoebox until we picked through them, sorted them and got them into an album. With iPhoto '09 that process has gotten a whole lot easier. Hi, I would like to welcome you to iPhoto '09: 10 Things to Know About Faces. My name is Derrick Story. I'm a professional photographer and a senior contributor to Macworld Magazine. More importantly for this course, I'm an enthusiastic user of iPhoto and I have explored the capabilities that make it one of my favorite programs for organizing a photo library.
Today I want to show you 10 ways to get the most out of Faces, a face recognition tool inside of iPhoto '09. Over the next 10 movies, we will go over topics like IDing the folks in your library, how to search for them and how to use Faces to organize the albums. I'll show you how iPhoto can automatically compile albums of people even when you add new ones. Working with photographs is my passion and using Faces is one of the ways I keep my library up-to-date and accessible. It's my pleasure to show you how you can use all of the functions of Faces to enhance your photo library. Let's get started with iPhoto '09: 10 Things to Know About Faces.
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