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The latest version of iPhoto for iOS is more powerful than ever. With iPhoto for iOS, you can enhance your mobile photos, share them electronically, and even create books and order prints—all with your iPhone or iPad.
In this course, lynda.com senior staff author Garrick Chow details the features and capabilities of iPhone for iOS, sharing tips for enhancing and sharing photos along the way. Learn how to examine photos, mark the keepers and delete the duds, improve the overall look of your photos with its arsenal of editing tools, fix problems like red eye and dark areas, and share images with friends and family. Garrick will even show you how to order a printed photo book straight from Apple.
Hi, I'm Garrick Chow and welcome to iPhoto for iOS. iPhoto is a surprisingly capable and powerful photo editing app that allows you to organize, edit and share your photos. Directly from your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. In this course, we'll start things off by taking a look at how to browse and examine your photos. To help you figure out which ones you want to work with or share. You'll see how to flag and tag your photos to mark them as keepers or to hide the ones that aren't so great.
In the chapter on editing, I'll show you all the tools in the iPhotos arsenal you can use to improve the look of your photos. Including how to adjust exposure and color settings and how to apply artistic effects. You'll see how to fix or improve problematic areas of your photos. By lightening areas that are too dark or by removing red eye from your subjects eyes. I'll also walk you through alt the ways you can share your photos from iPhoto. Including how to generate slide shows, web journals, and even how to order physical photo books through Apple. We'll be covering all this and more, so let's get started.
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