iPhoto '09 For Dummies by Angelo Micheletti

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iPhoto ’09 is packed with cool photo-editing features, and iPhoto ’09 For Dummies is your fast track to using every one. You’ll learn to clean up and enhance your photos, print them or upload them to a sharing site online, create cool projects, protect and secure your pictures, and make photography more fun than ever. This full-color guide shows you how, and even helps you shoot future photos with an eye to iPhoto’s capabilities.

There’s an easy exercise to get you started and plenty of beautiful full-color photos to show you the results you can achieve. You’ll learn your way around the interface, what’s new, and how to set preferences.Discover how to create a well-organized, maintainable archive so you can find photosImport and export photos from various sources, including card readersManage any import problemsOrganize your collection using facial recognition and GPS technologyCrop, rotate, and enhance your imagesUse a histogram and improve exposure, contrast, highlights, shadows, saturation, and moreSet up a MobileMe gallery, send photos to Facebook or Flickr, make prints, and burn CDsGet tips for successfully e-mailing your pictures and for printing your photos at homeCreate photo greeting cards, calendars, or a travel book with maps that show where you took your pictures

iPhoto ’09 For Dummies even tells about cool add-ons and ideas for iPhoto. Learn to make all your photos the best they can be.


About Angelo Micheletti

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Angelo Micheletti is a professional photographer as well as an Apple developer who created the first encryption program for Macintosh. He specializes in landscape photography, and his work can be seen at www.scenesfromthewest.com.
Published March 23, 2009 by For Dummies. 288 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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