Rating your photos


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Rating your photos

One of the things that I like to do when working with a lot of photos in iPhoto is make sure that I spend my time only working on the good images. It doesn't do a lot of good to try to image edit photos that are bad. But you need to figure out which images are good and which ones are bad and then remember them. And the best way to keep track of that is to use something that we call the star rating system and I am going to show you how that works right now. We're going to go through and rate this portrait session by Morgan.

Now, the first thing you have to do is turn on the ratings themselves and you do that up here at View and you will see Ratings, and there is a keyboard command for it if you want to use that. Now when you do that, you notice things move down a little bit and as you mouse over an image, the little stars appear. Now right now, they are all empty. So, for instance one system that I use if a photo is good, I give it 2 stars and if it's very good, I give it 3 star...

Rating your photos
Video duration: 4m 27s 4h 14m Beginner Updated Aug 11, 2014

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Rating your photos provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Derrick Story as part of the iPhoto '11 Essential Training

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Photography
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iPhoto
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