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Chapter 23. Using iPhoto

Apple’s iPhoto brings all the functions you need for working with digital photographs together in one interface, shown in Figure 23.1, with different panes for Import, Organize, Edit, and Book views. You move between modes by clicking the row of buttons under the viewing area.

The iPhoto window contains all the settings you need to import, organize, edit, and “book” your photos.

Figure 23.1. The iPhoto window contains all the settings you need to import, organize, edit, and “book” your photos.

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Many recent digital cameras with USB connections are compatible with iPhoto. You can find out whether yours is one of them at www.apple.com/iphoto/compatibility/.

If your digital camera isn’t compatible with iPhoto, Apple recommends ...

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