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iPhoto '11: The Macintosh iLife Guide to using iPhoto with OS X Lion and iCloud

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iPhoto '11 helps you organize, edit, and share your photos. With iPhoto '11 it's easy to organize and manage the thousands (maybe tens of thousands) of photos on your Mac by Faces, Places, and Events. iPhoto '11 also comes with editing and enhancement tools that rival those in expensive photo software. And finally Share what you shoot by publishing photos to your Facebook page and Flickr account or liven up someone's inbox with a beautiful email message designed with your photos. And do it all without leaving iPhoto. Let this book be your complete guide to managing all that iPhoto '11 has to offer. Beyond what other books offer this book guides you in how to work with iPhoto '11 today including integration with with the brand new iCloud service and OS X Lion.

Photographs can commemorate, inspire, amuse, persuade, and entertain. They’re time machines that recall people and places. They’re vehicles that carry messages into the future. They’re ingrained in infancy and become intensely personal parts of our lives.

And now that photos have gone digital, they’re everywhere. Between the cameras in our phones and the larger cameras that we tether to our wrists or wear around our necks, we have more ways to record slices of life than ever before. The phone in my pocket contains more photos than my dad shot in his lifetime.

How do we deal with this deluge of images? How do we keep track of them so we can find them years from now? How can we make them look better? How do we share them so that others can enjoy them?

iPhoto has answers—good answers— to each of these questions. iPhoto handles what I call the “tripod of digital imaging”: organizing, enhancing, and sharing. This book explores each of these three legs in detail. Here’s an overview of what we’ll explore together.
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