Photos for Mac and iOS: The Missing Manual by Lesa Snider

By Lesa Snider

Apple’s new pictures app helps you to do lots greater than easily shop and edit photos and video clips on a Mac or iOS gadget. With this accomplished consultant, you’ll the way to import, set up, and percentage your electronic stories, in addition to how you can enhance, print, and use your pictures in inventive tasks. With Lesa Snider’s step by step directions and professional recommendation, you’ll grasp pictures and tame your photo library—and have a good time alongside the way!

The very important things you have to know:

Migrate from iPhoto. how you can make a brief and tender transition.
Organize your assortment with ease. grasp the various how one can import, workforce, and categorize images—and manage iCloud relations Sharing.
Find your pictures quickly. hire Photos’ robust labeling, key-phrase and facial acceptance gains to optimize searches.
Sharpen your enhancing skills. Skillfully use Photos’ striking photo- and video-editing instruments in your Mac or iOS device.
Access photographs anywhere. Sync your library to all your Apple units so your pictures trip with you at any place you go.
Share them online. express your pictures to everybody in your record by utilizing shared albums, growing internet galleries, posting them on fb, and more.
Dive into inventive projects. construct pro-level slideshows to percentage with others, and create beautiful reward books, calendars, and playing cards.

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Just be aware that in a few years OS X may be so far advanced that iPhoto or Aperture stop working. Honestly, since your new Photos library won’t take up much hard drive space—at least, not until you delete the old ones, as the box on page 6 explains—you may want to keep the old libraries hanging around, just to be on the safe side. That said, when you want to send your old libraries packin’, locate them on your Mac—they’re likely in the Pictures folder—single-click a library file you want to delete, and then choose File→Move To Trash (you can also drag the file onto the trash icon in your Mac’s dock).

Chapter 2: Importing Pictures and Videos 27 IMPORTING OTHER IMAGE FILES Whichever method you use, the newly added files appear in the Photos view in chronological order according to when the files were last modified, burned onto disc, or originally imported onto your hard drive. The new files also hang out in the Last Import album—that is, until you import something else. Since images you add in this way can be difficult to find in Photos later on—due to the variety in dates—you may want to select the newly imported files and stick them into an album (page 60).

That said, if a slideshow made in those programs uses a theme that Photos doesn’t have, the Classic theme is substituted instead. • Smart albums. If your iPhoto or Aperture library has any smart albums that rely on features not included in Photos—say, star ratings or Places tags—Photos appends “(modified)” to the end of their album names. It’s then up to you to examine those albums to see how Photos has modified their criteria. Fortunately, Photos converts star ratings and Places tags to keywords (described next) and converts smart album criteria to look for that stuff instead.

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