Owning a digital camera makes it easy to snap tons of photos.
But once you import them from your camera to your computer,
it’s organizing, editing, and printing those digital photos
that can cause you headaches. What to do with the piles of digital
photos you're suddenly amassing? Enter iPhoto 5. Included on all
new Macs, iPhoto 5 is a significant update to Apple's photo-editing
component of its revolutionary iLife '05 suite.Aside from
organizing, sharing, and editing digital photos, iPhoto lets you
create stunning slideshows, assemble photo albums, and burn your
images to DVD, to name a few features.
Written by longtime Macintosh authority and best-selling author Adam Engst, this smart, thoughtful guide ensures you make the most of it. Using simple, step-by-step instructions accompanied by copious screenshots, this book tackles all that's old and new in iPhoto 5. With the help of Adam’s sharp advice and insightful instruction, you'll learn the ins and outs of using iPhoto both separately and in tandem with the other iLife apps--adding GarageBand-created tracks to your slideshows, using iPhoto slide shows in iDVD and iMovie projects, and more. Best of all, you'll discover all of iPhoto's newest (and coolest) features: creating softcover photo books in multiple sizes, using iPhoto’s advanced editing tools to sharpen and clean up your photos, searching for images with iPhoto’s spiffy new search tools, importing photos shot in RAW format, creating cinematic slideshows, and much more. With this book, you’ll soon be shooting, organizing, and sharing your digital photos with ease.