Working in Full-Screen mode


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Working in Full-Screen mode

When it comes to processing my images, I love the full screen mode of iPhoto. It makes it easy to focus my attention on what I'm doing, and it also creates a great backdrop for making color and exposure adjustments. When you're in iPhoto, it should look like this. If you don't see Full Screen Mode. For example, your user interface looks like this, just click the double arrow in the upper right corner. Now, if you're using an older version of iPhoto, you may not have this feature, but that's okay; you can still use all of the techniques we explore.

Your user interface may just look a little different. I'll go ahead into full screen mode. Now, this minimizes the menus and the sidebar for the project, and if you ever need them back, you can mouse over the top, and you'll see that the menu bar appears. For purposes of our hands on practice, I'm going into Albums, and I have an album called Enhancing Photos with iPhoto. These are the images I'm going to work ...

Working in Full-Screen mode
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Working in Full-Screen mode provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Richard Harrington as part of the Enhancing Photos with iPhoto

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Photography
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iPhoto
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