IPhoto '08

IPhoto '08

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Apple has taken iPhoto 08 to a whole new level. Now, in addition to handling upwards of 250, 000 images, the program lets you easily categorize and navigate through those photos with a feature called qEventsq. Plus, new editing tools let you copy and paste adjustments between photos. Books and calendars have been improved, too, as has the program's ability to publish pictures on the Web. Apple makes it all sound easy: drag this, click that, and you're done. But you can still get lost, especially if you're a newcomer. iPhoto '08: The Missing Manual explains how to take advantage of all these powerful tools and new features without confusion or frustration. Bestselling authors David Pogue and Derrick Story give you a witty, objective, and clear-cut explanation of how things work, with plenty of undocumented tips and tricks for mastering the new iPhoto. Four sections help you import, organize, edit, share, and even take your photos: Digital Photography: The Missing Manual offers a course in picture-taking and digital cameras -- how to buy and use your digital camera, how to compose brilliant photos in various situations (sports, portraits, nighttime shots, even kid photography), and how to get the most out of batteries and memory cards. iPhoto Basics covers the fundamentals of getting your photos into iPhoto, organizing and filing them, searching and editing them. Meet Your Public teaches you all about slideshows, making or ordering prints, creating books, calendars and greeting cards, and sharing photos on web sites or by email. iPhoto Stunts explains how to turn photos into screen savers or desktop pictures, using plug-ins, managing Photo Libraries, and even getting photos to and from camera phones and Palm organizers. You also learn how to build a personal web site built with iWeb, and much more in this comprehensive guide. It's the top-selling iPhoto book for good reason.... the Nighttime Photography BUYERSa#39; GUIDE How to Buy a Tripod A tripod has two parts: the legs and the pan head. ... You can buy a tripod with any of three pan head types. ... Fluid heads are desirable if youa#39;ll also be using your tripod for a camcorder, as they smooth out panning and tilting. ... Theya#39;re more expensive than friction heads, but are well worth the money if youa#39;re after a professional look toanbsp;...

Title:IPhoto '08
Author:David Pogue, Derrick Story
Publisher:"O'Reilly Media, Inc." - 2008


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