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Here are a couple of interesting tips about importing existing images—those already on your Mac—into iPhoto.
You say you liked the idea of syncing iTunes libraries? Well then you'll love learning how to do the same with iPhoto libraries.
Learn how to use a couple of Smart Albums to (possibly) ease the gargantuan task of identifying faces and places in your iPhoto collection.
Ted Landau looks at four bug reports from Apple’s Knowledge Base that cover known issues surrounding the newly released iLife ’09 suite.
Learn a simple way to change iPhoto ’09’s center-based box resizing when adding new faces to a photo.
Apple’s iLife ’09 video tutorials can be downloaded and saved locally. Their default filenames, though, leave much room for improvement. This hint explains how to use a simple Automator workflow to clean up the filenames.
No need to muck up your iPhoto library when building an iMovie project.
Reports of the first crop of iLife ’09 bugs are circulating. Ted Landau focuses on two: getting GarageBand lessons to play and iPhoto ’09’s refusal to open your library.
Learn a simple way to collapse (or expand) all collections in the Photos portion of iPhoto’s Library.
Derrick Story recommends his favorite Adobe Creative Suite tools for organizing, refining, and enjoying your photos.
An important aspect of MobileMe is the way Apple’s online service integrates with its iLife suite of digital lifestyle applications. iWeb, iPhoto, iMovie, and GarageBand become extra powerful when used in conjunction with a MobileMe subscription. In this excerpt from Take Control of MobileMe, Joe Kissell shows you some of the things you can do with iLife and MobileMe.
Give your digital photos a second life as seasonal crafts. You can make these fun projects with your family and even give them as gifts.
Learn a few keyboard shortcuts for working in iPhoto ’08’s thumbnail view
PC World's Dave Johnson focuses on five aspects of Photoshop Lightroom that should interest any serious photographer.
Learn a simple way to keep track of various settings on your Mac, as well as those obscure error messages that may occasionally pop up.