One of the best things, in my opinion, about digital photographs is that they come with their own organizational tags built in. We may not have cameras that can recognize specific people, but every modern digital camera records a great deal of information about when each picture was taken and its associated settings. For many people, including me, that information provides enough organizational power.
However, many people want to do more, and iPhoto provides a wide variety of tools for assigning keywords to your photos, collecting them in albums, and more. We’ll look at each of those capabilities in this chapter.