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iPhoto ’08 for Mac OS X: Visual QuickStart Guide by Adam C. Engst

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Chapter 2. Importing and Managing Photos

One of the most common things you’ll find yourself doing in iPhoto is importing photos. iPhoto provides a number of ways you can import photos, including the most obvious: from a digital camera. You can also import files that you downloaded from your camera previously, acquired on a CD, scanned in from prints, or received from a photo-processing company that provides digital images along with traditional prints. It’s also possible to use a card reader—a USB or FireWire device into which you put the memory card from your camera and which presents the contents of your memory card as files on a disk—with the twist that iPhoto recognizes many card readers and can import from them just as though they were cameras. ...

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