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How To: Import photos to iPhoto

Once you've taken some photos, you'll need to move them from your digital camera to your Mac. Just connect your camera to the USB or Firewire port on your Mac with a cable. iPhoto will open automatically.

How To: Create a photo album in iPhoto

In iPhoto, you'll use album to organize and arrange your photos the way you want, kind of like a playlist in iTunes. You can also use albums to publish webpages, create slideshows, and produce photobooks, calendars, and greeting cards.

How To: Burn a photo album to a CD on a Mac

For those of us who like to back up our pictures frequently, iPhoto has a handy "burn" function that allows you to back-up or share your pictures without launching a separate application. It's easy, we'll show you how. Burn a photo album to a CD on a Mac.

How To: Use iPhoto software

In this series of videos you'll learn how to use Apple iPhoto software to edit and organize your digital photos. Expert Matt Nichols shows you how to import images from a digital camera, hard drive, and Apple's Photo Booth software. He also shows you how to use the source navigation column, create a photo album, and how to organize your albums.

How To: Print photos in iPhoto '08

If you have a desktop photo printer, then you can use iPhoto '08 to create photos with borders, headings and other things before you print. Check out this tutorial and see how to print your iPhoto projects and pictures.

How To: Create a book in iPhoto '08

This tutorial shows you how to use iPhoto '08 to create a book (or photo album) of your photos. The cool part is when you're done making it, you can upload it to the Apple site to buy your book and have it printed and shipped to your door.

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