Posted by: macintoshsisters | August 20, 2007

Apple refreshes and updates its iLife photo editor

Apple refreshes and updates its iLife photo editor
By Rick LePage

Five years ago, when iPhoto was first released, digital cameras were not yet ubiquitous, and organizing photos on your Mac meant putting files into folders and praying that you could keep track of which version of which photo was the right one. Since that time, we’ve seen the rise of the inexpensive digital SLR, the emergence of the Raw file format, and the release of high-end photo management and editing applications like Adobe’s Photoshop Lightroom () and Apple’s own Aperture (). Through all of these developments, the major thing that has kept iPhoto from becoming a quaint anachronism has been its ease of use, especially for amateur photographers. For those users, the new iPhoto ’08 should not disappoint: Apple has kept it simple, while still enhancing its features to keep it current with more advanced products.

FULL article at MacWorld


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