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My iPhoto® by Michael Grothaus

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3. Reading Metadata and Marking Your Photos

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In this chapter, you learn how to easily view all the extra information, such as shutter speed and aperture, you recorded when taking your photos and how to mark your imported photos by flagging, rating, and adding keywords to them.

→ Learning about iPhoto’s Information Pane

→ Changing a photo’s name, date, and time

→ Adding and managing keywords

→ Flagging and rating your photos

→ Hiding and deleting your photos

When you take a photograph on a digital camera today, you aren’t just recording an image. You’re also recording dozens of bits of information, or metadata, such as the lens size, the photo resolution, ...

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