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Mark Peters : March 7th 2006 - 23:08 CET

Apple iPhoto 6


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AppleApple iPhoto 6 : Apple iPhoto makes sharing photos faster and simpler than ever before. It also adds features to the ones you already have, including Photocasting, support for up to 250,000 photos, easy publishing to the web, special effects, and new custom cards and calendars. So you can spread those smiles far and wide. Your life is is one big photo opportunity which explains why your photo library is getting bigger every day. Well, good news: iPhoto now supports up to 250,000 images. That means you can shoot over a thousand photos per week for the next 20 years. Navigating your larger library is a breeze now too. As you move the scroll bar, a new see-through Scroll Guide appears to show you what photos or rolls are displayed.
Apple iPhoto 6Photocasting - Share your photographs
Imagine sending an album of favorite photos to the family, and having it change automatically on their computers when you update it on yours. That’s what Photocasting is all about. And it’s amazingly easy. Just create a Photocast album in iPhoto and publish it to .Mac (password-protected, if you wish). When Cousin Cindy subscribes, she’ll see it in her iPhoto library just as you see it in yours - with full-resolution photos that can be used for desktop pictures, printed albums, cards, and calendars. And whenever you add or subtract to your Photocast album, it will change in hers. Even people with PCs can enjoy an iPhoto Photocast, because all it takes is an RSS news reader to subscribe.

Adjust your photos from your Digital camera
Your Mac has a big, bright, beautiful display. Your digital camera takes big, bright, beautiful pictures. Hmmm, here’s an idea: why not enjoy your photos in all their glory, using every last pixel of your screen space? Apple iPhoto lets you do exactly that. With more space, you’ll find it’s far easier to review, compare, organize and adjust your photos. Translucent palettes appear when you want to apply effects or navigate through an album, then disappear completely when you just want to sit back and marvel.

Apple iPhoto 6 - Dazzle with calendars, greeting cards and books
Send a beautiful printed book of special photos to a friend. Put your kid’s happy face on the cover of a custom card to announce a birthday party. Create a stylized, personalized calendar that rivals the ones you see at your local mall. Make all those things - and many, many more - with typical iPhoto ease. Just choose a photo album, click an Apple-designed template and let iPhoto work its magic. Add captions, fine-tune your layout, then click to order - your professionally printed masterwork is delivered right to your door.

Apple iPhoto 6 - One-click photo effects
iPhoto gives you a floating Effects palette with eight of the most popular effects. So with a single click, you can apply a sepia tint to your photo. Transform it to striking black-and-white. Boost or fade color. Vignette it or blur the edges. Feel free to boldly go where no photo has gone before. Because you can click multiple times to heighten an effect, apply one effect over another — or just go back to where you started by clicking the original photo at the center of the palette.

Personal photo page on the Internet
It’s one thing to share photos on the Internet. It’s something else to share them on a wonderfully designed personal website. Thanks to the newest member of the iLife family - iWeb - you can create a beautiful new photo page on your website in just minutes. Heck, if you can type those clever captions quickly enough, maybe even seconds. Simply export an iPhoto album to iWeb to create a new photo grid. Drag photos to rearrange them if needed, add those pithy words, then publish. Whoosh.





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