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

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Chapter 7. Sharing Photos

Although there’s certainly nothing wrong with taking photos and keeping them to yourself, most people I know want to share them with others. We’ve already looked at a few ways of doing this, via .Mac Slides, exporting to a Web page, and, of course, creating prints, cards, calendars, and books.

But there’s an additional way in which you can share photos in iPhoto—sharing of the actual photo files. For instance, you might want to share photos with a family member who also uses your Mac, or a roommate whose Mac is on your network. Or maybe you want to send photos to friends via email or on a CD or DVD. iPhoto can help in all of these situations and more. I’ve organized this chapter in roughly that order; think of it as near ...

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