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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 3, 2008

    SMILE!! YOU'RE ON IPHOTO!!

    Are you a professional photographer? If you are, then this book is for you. Authors David Pogue and Derrick Story, have done an outstanding job of writing a book that is designed to serve as the iPhoto manual. Pogue and Story, begin by covering buying, using, and exploiting your digital camera choosing the proper image resolution settings and, getting the most out of batteries and memory cards. Next, the authors cover the fundamentals of getting your photos into iPhoto, organizing and filing them, searching them, and editing them to compensate for weak lighting. Then, they cover the many ways iPhoto can present those photos to other people: as a slideshow, as prints you order from the internet or make yourself, as a professionally published gift book, on a Web page, by e-mail, or as a QuickTime-movie slide-show that you post on the Web or distribute on CD or even DVD. Finally, the authors cover a miscellaneous potpourri of additional iPhoto features, including: turning photos into screen savers or desktop pictures on your Mac exporting photos in various formats, using iPhoto plug-ins and accessory programs managing Photo Libraries backing up your photos using iPhoto¿s Burn to CD command and, even getting photos to and from cameraphones and Palm organizers. This most excellent book provides an invaluable grounding in professional photography. More importantly, used together, any good digital camera and iPhoto have all the technical tools you need to produce photographic presentations of stunning visual quality.

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