40 search results for "iphoto"

The Personal Archive: Flickr

When it comes to building a photo archive, nothing beats Flickr. Flickr has set the bar by collaborating with a growing number of public archives to make their photographic collections more accessible. The Commons at Flickr hosts collections from The Library of Congress, Smithsonian Museum, George Eastman House, the British National Maritime Museum, the National…

Photos – an iOS Guide

If you are an iPhone/iPad owner and are fascinated with the photography potential these two devices offer, then you need a copy of Photos by Tom Rudderham [iBooks – $8.99]. This book is gorgeous, inspiring and full of great information. It focuses on the Camera, Photos and iPhoto apps on both the iPhone and iPad,…

Let’s talk tags

Tags are quickly replacing folders as the organizational tool of choice. Discover what makes them so useful and how you can put them to work to simplify your document management workflow.

Title Slides for a Photo Slideshow

When we have family gatherings at our house, I like to set up a slideshow on the television. It’s fun and much less intrusive than some blaring tv show. Although both iPhoto and Flickr have nice slideshow capabilities, I like to include an occasional title slide and both apps are a bit lacking in that…

Personal Publishing – The Photo Book

I know this is not the time to begin a family history project. Or is it? Photo books require photos and now’s the season for capturing some memorable family pictures. And, if you have an idea now about what kind of photo book result you’d like to have, you can make sure you grab the…

A Scrapbook Slideshow

I’ve been working on some slideshows to present during the holidays but I wanted to include more than just photos. Actually, that’s a very simple thing to do. Using Keynote – the presentation graphics app for Mac/iOS – I can create slides that combine text, graphics and photos which I will export as images (jpeg…

Holiday Planning: Custom Cards

I am a big fan of ecards – both the commercial ones and ones I make myself. I love the fun and quirky Just Wink cards from American Greetings. I have the app on my iPhone (also available for Android, Kindle tablets, NOOK tablets and Windows Phones) and it’s an easy way to send a…