Sebastopol, CA--With iPhoto 5, a cornerstone of Apple's iLife '05 software suite, Apple has eliminated the infamous "chain of pain" of transferring photos from a digital camera, organizing them, and publishing, printing, or sharing them. This version offers fifty new features--but not one printed manual.
iPhoto 5: The Missing Manual (O'Reilly, US $29.95) comes fully loaded--and in full color--so readers can exercise all the power, flexibility, and creativity of the stunning new iPhoto 5. "The color images take this book to a new level," says coauthor Derrick Story. "Not only are we able to more effectively explain how to use iPhoto 5, but it's fun just to flip through the pages."
With the scrupulous objectivity, clever wit, and technical wisdom you count on from David Pogue along with the expertise of Mac master and professional photographer Derrick Story, this book is for digital photographers at any level of expertise. But it's especially valuable to the everyday shutterbug looking to turn ordinary snapshots into extraordinary ones. "I think many amateur photographers are going to start experimenting with RAW files now that iPhoto 5 supports those formats," says Story. "We've covered RAW editing in this book, and using our guide and iPhoto 5 is a great way to get your feet wet with RAW."
Delivering countless undocumented iPhoto features, hints, and tools, this authoritative guide includes:
iPhoto 5: The Missing Manual is a complete course in Macintosh digital photography.
Praise for iPhoto 4: The Missing Manual:
"There's a wealth of information in here--clearly explained and easily located--that makes iPhoto as useful as Apple hoped it would be. Not only does it teach you how to make better use of the program (it even has a menu-by-menu appendix so you can easily work through it with iPhoto open), it teaches you how to create content worthy of the program. Now, if I could just get my friends and coworkers to read it, they would finally quit bugging me."
--Kirk Hiner, Applelinks.com
"If you're just starting out in digital photography or haven't used iPhoto 4 before (or both), you owe it to yourself to give this book serious consideration. I think the two D's [authors David Pogue and Derrick Story] can be proud of it."
--George Carrington, ACT Apple Users Group (Australia)
"More than even a tripod, Mac users with digital cameras need O'Reilly's newest Missing Manual covering iPhoto 4...Authors David Pogue and Derrick Story...walk users through each and every iPhoto wrinkle this reviewer knows--and some he didn't."
--James Coates, "Chicago Tribune"
iPhoto 5: The Missing Manual
David Pogue and Derrick Story
ISBN: 0-596-10034-5, 388 pages, $29.95 US, $41.95 CA
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