If you have a Mac with OS X and a digital camera, iPhoto For Dummies unlocks all the secrets to taking great digital pictures and doing just about anything with them. And if you already have piles of photos scanned into your computer from other sources, don’t fret—iPhoto works with them, too.
Discover the easy ways to edit and enhance photos, fix common problems like that eerie “red-eye” effect, organize your photos for easy access and security, and even how to create a hard-bound photo album. And because pictures are twice the fun if you share them, iPhoto For Dummies shows you how to print those great shots for framing, turn them into a slide show or a Web site gallery, or even mix them with video clips and music to create a movie you can burn to a DVD to produce a truly one-of-a-kind gift.
A jargon-free guide to importing, organizing, editing, and sharing digital or scanned photos using the latest version of Apple’s iPhoto application for Mac OS X. Softcover.
About the Author
Curt Simmons is an author, trainer, and longtime Mac enthusiast. He teaches an online digital photography course and has written more than 25 computer books.
Table of Contents
Part I: Getting Started with iPhoto.
Chapter 1: Welcome to iPhoto and Digital Photography.
Chapter 2: Getting to Know iPhoto.
Chapter 3: Importing Photos.
Part II: Organizing with iPhoto.
Chapter 4: Managing Your Pictures in iPhoto.
Chapter 5: Titles, Labels, Searches, and More.
Part III: Editing Photos.
Chapter 6: Fixing Photos.
Chapter 7: Editing Beyond iPhoto.
Part IV: Sharing with iPhoto.
Chapter 8: Printing Photos.
Chapter 9: Using Electronic Photos.
Part V: Fun iPhoto Projects.
Chapter 10: The iPhoto Book.
Chapter 11: Making a Slide Show.
Chapter 12: Using iPhoto with iMovie 3.
Chapter 13: Creating a DVD Using iDVD 3.
Chapter 14: Other Fun iPhoto Features.
Part VI: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 15: Ten Tips for Taking Great Digital Photos.
Chapter 16: Ten Quick iPhoto Tips.
Chapter 17: Ten Digital Photo Output Tips.
Chapter 18: Ten Frequently Asked Questions.