O’Reilly Releases "iPhoto2: The Missing Manual"

iPhoto, despite the large number of features, comes with no manual. OiReilly & Associates is looking to remedy this situation with its new book, "iPhoto2: The Missing Manual." The book offers users of Appleis iPhoto software tips on managing and manipulating digital photos, choosing a camera, and even taking pictures. From OiReilly:

If Appleis iPhoto application made it easy for digital camera owners to manage, organize, store, print, and otherwise manipulate their digital photos, then iPhoto 2 has made it nearly effortless. But while iPhoto 2 may be simple to use, itis not simplistic. It offers a wide range of tools, shortcuts, and database-like features, a complete arsenal of photo-presentation features, and sophisticated multimedia and internet hooks. Newly enhanced and accelerated, iPhoto version 2 comes with everything needed to turn digital photos into slide shows, screen savers, web pages, Kodak prints, or even an attractive, hardbound book. But, it doesnit come with a single page of instructions. To Mac owners everywhere this means one thing--there has to be a Missing Manual. And theyire right. "iPhoto2: The Missing Manual" by David Pogue, Joseph Schorr, and Derrick Story (OiReilly/Pogue Press US $24.95) is the authoritative, witty guide to mastering both iPhoto 2 and the modern digital camera.

iPhoto 2 incorporates many powerful new features and improvements that the earlier version of iPhoto lacked. These include better picture editing that let users enhance color or touch-up photos within the iPhoto application, better slide shows, new printing templates, the ability to send photo attachments with a variety of email programs, burning directly to CDs and DVDs from within iPhoto, and much more.

"iPhoto2: The Missing Manual" is available now for US$24.95. You can find more information on this and other books at OiReillyis Web site.

Sign Up for the Newsletter

Join the TMO Express Daily Newsletter to get the latest Mac headlines in your e-mail every weekday.

No Comments

Log-in to comment