The iPhoto 4 Book

The iPhoto 4 Book

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Renowned Mac columnists Andy Ihnatko and David Plotkin deliver a fun, informative, full--color guide to iPhoto, Apple's hot digital photo--editing application. Digital camera users more than doubled last year to nearly nine million, and iPhoto is the most popular the four multimedia applications that make up Apple's "digital hub." Ihnatko and Plotkin show this exploding market of digital photographers how to make the most of iPhoto, and review how iPhoto has been designed to work seamlessly with the other iLife applications. A fun, indispensable guide to the Mac OS X image--editing tool, written in cooperation with Apple Computer, Inc., which also covers iPhoto 4 Written in a witty, conversational style, this book appeals to Mac users' sense of individuality and offers real--world tips and techniques to help readers get the most out of Apple technologies Goes the extra mile to engage readers and make them feel as though the book is not only technically valuable, but a good read as well
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Product details

  • Paperback | 426 pages
  • 202 x 226 x 28mm | 762.05g
  • John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
  • Foster City, United States
  • English
  • col. Illustrations
  • 0764567977
  • 9780764567971

Table of contents

Preface. Acknowledgments. About the Authors. Part I: The Basics. Chapter 1: Taking Interesting Photos. Chapter 2: Getting Started with iPhoto. Chapter 3: Bringing It In: Importing Pictures. Part II: Organizing Your Photos. Chapter 4: Organizing Your Pictures: The Basics. Chapter 5: Leveraging the Power of Albums. Chapter 6: Assigning Titles, Comments, and Keywords to Images. Part III: Editing Your Photos. Chapter 7: Understanding the Edit Tools. Chapter 8: Better Photography through Editing. Chapter 9: Editing Outside of iPhoto. Part IV: etting It Out There: Sharing Your Photos. Chapter 10: Making a Slideshow. Chapter 11: Paper and Ink: Using Your Basic Print Tools. Chapter 12: Using iPhoto to Print Your Pictures. Chapter 13: Printing Your Photos Professionally. Chapter 14: Sharing Your Photos Electronically. Chapter 15: Sharing Your Photos on the Internet. Part V: Working with the iPhoto Book Feature. Chapter 16: Creating an iPhoto Book Design. Chapter 17: Laying Out Pages of the Book. Chapter 18: Adding Text to Dress Up Your Book. Chapter 19: Previewing and Printing Your Book. Part VI: Using Other iLife Applications to Present Your Work. Chapter 20: Creating an iMovie Slideshow. Chapter 21: Creating an iDVD Slideshow. Part VII: Odds 'n Ends. Chapter 22: Working with iPhoto Libraries. Part VIII: Bonus Chapters from Andy Ihnatko. Chapter 23: Automating iPhoto with AppleScripting. Chapter 24: Twenty iPhoto Questions from Aunt Estelle. Chapter 25: You Got 'Em...Use 'Em: Digital Camera Features. Index.
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About Sam Crutsinger

Sam Crutsinger was bitten by the Mac bug in the late 1980s. A professional audio engineer, video editor and producer, graphic designer, videographer, photog--rapher, writer, computer system designer, repair technician, and cat lover, he aspires to being the straight guy on an episode of Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. David Plotkin is a veteran Mac columnist and reviewer, computer book author, and digital photography expert. Andy Ihnatko, the Chicago Sun--Times technology columnist and inveterate blogger, is a popular writer and speaker in the Macintosh community
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