Switching to Edit mode


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Switching to Edit mode

Well, we're coming to one of my favorite parts of iPhoto, which is image editing. In order to do that, we have to go into Edit mode. So I'm going to give you just a quick overview of Edit mode right now. I recommend that you go to Full Screen for image editing. It's just better and it allows you to focus more on your picture and it's one of my favorite uses of Full Screen mode. To start editing, you just have to go down here to the Edit button and you get the panel. Now the panel actually has three tabs in it.

You have Quick Fixes and these are things that are exactly that. Rotate the image a little bit, straighten it a bit, do a little cropping, and you can actually do some minor retouching. So if you have a blemish or something in the photo, you can touch that out. Then you have Effects and those of you that have used iPhoto before will recognize these, there, from before. They work great and they're sort of like one click solutions.

Then new to iPhoto '11, we ge...

Switching to Edit mode
Video duration: 2m 3s 4h 14m Beginner Updated Aug 11, 2014

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Switching to Edit mode 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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