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Using iPhoto® ’11 by Jason R. Rich

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3. Loading Your Digital Images into iPhoto ’11

Explore the various ways to import photos into iPhoto ’11, allowing you to view, organize, edit, enhance, print, share, and archive them.

After shooting a photo using any digital camera, you need to import (or copy) it into iPhoto ’11 to take advantage of the features and functions this program has to offer.

This chapter explains how to import digital images into iPhoto ’11 from the following sources:

• A digital camera

• A memory card via USB-connected memory card reader

• Your Mac’s internal hard drive, an external hard drive, or another storage device

• An iPhone or iPad

• Apple’s MobileMe service

• An incoming email attachment

• A scanner41

• The Web

As you import your photos, you definitely ...

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