iPhoto is an application software licensed to Apple Inc. It is exclusively used in the Mac OS X and comes as a bundle application with every new Macintosh PCs. This software allows you to import from various sources like the digital cameras, scanners, CDs and internet. Most of the image file formats are supported by the iPhoto.
Once you have imported the photos, you can put title, label the photo, sort and organise them into groups. Photos can be edited individually using tools. Basic image editing like red-eye filter, contrast and brightness adjustment, cropping and resizing etc. can be done very easily with the help of this software. But iPhone does not match with the functionalities of Adobe’s Photoshop and its likes. Once the editing is done, you can now happily share your favourite photos with others. You can create albums or even make slide shows. Add your favourite music to these albums or slideshows with the help of iTunes. You can actually get these slideshows exported to QuickTime and then convert them in iMovie or directly burn them on a DVD. You can also share these pictures/ albums/ slideshows with other Mac users through local network using Bonjour “zero-configuration” technology. Upload them to Apple’s MobileMe by using any simplified web publishing technology. If you got an iPod with colour display, you can sync your photos from iPhoto to iPod. iPod, which has both audio and video display can turn into a modern television by using this technology. By using iPhoto, you can directly order for different kinds of prints of your photo through Kodak. iPhoto is revolutionising the photo viewing and photo sharing experiences for the users.
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