For anyone whoas taken photos, you know the frustration of trying to find and manage your snapshots on your iPhone, camera, or Mac. With Photos for OS X, Apple has made it possible to have at your fingertips all your photos. Photos for OS X replaces Appleas iPhoto and Aperture applications and offers users the ability to organize, view, edit, and share photos from any OS X or iOS device. In the Photos for OS X and iOS book, best-selling author Jeff Carlson shows you how to tame your photo collection with Apple Photos for OS X app. He shows how to convert your existing iPhoto and Aperture libraries to Photos and how to import new photos from your iPhone and other sources. Youall learn how to work with photos in the Apple iCloud service as well as edit images on your phone, Mac, and in the cloud. And to show off your snapshots, Jeff shows you how to share your photos through prints and photo books. Readers will learn how to: Import photos from your iPhone and other sources Organize your photos through albums, keywords, tags, collections, dates, and geotags Convert existing iPhoto and Aperture libraries to Photos for OS X Work with your photos in the iCloud Photo library Edit photos in the Photos application Make prints and photo books(http://campl.us) 1.19 Camera+ ac Manual: So youa#39;d prefer not to let the computer do the thinking for you? Manual ... The one control you cana#39;t access is aperture, because the iPhonea#39;s fixed lens is set at a maximum f/2.2 (or f/2.4 on the iPad Air anbsp;...
|Title||:||Photos for OS X and iOS|
|Publisher||:||Peachpit Press - 2015-07-29|