The course begins with an overview of what Photos is and does, and then provides advice for converting iPhoto and Aperture libraries and adding images to the Photos library directly from a camera. Derrick then details the powerful image editing and sharing options, and shows how to build photo-based projects such as slideshows, greeting cards, books, calendars, and prints directly from Photos.
- Migrating from iPhoto and Aperture to Photos
- Adding pictures to the Photos library
- Creating albums and Smart Albums
- Cropping and editing photos
- Converting a color photo to black and white
- Copying and pasting adjustments
- Sharing photos
- Creating slideshows, prints, and greeting cards
- Exporting photos
Skill Level Beginner
- [Voiceover] Apple ushers in a new era of image management with Photos for OS X. Hi. I'm Derrick Story: photographer, writer, and teacher. During our time together I'll focus on: adding images to photos from a variety of sources including your camera and even from your existing iPhoto library; editing your pictures using Photo's sophisticated yet easy to use adjustment tools; creating slideshows, greeting cards, books, and calendars with just a few clicks; making prints from your inkjet printer or sending the files to Apple's photo service; and exporting images and slideshows out of Photos, allowing you to share your content as you see fit.
In just a short time you'll up and running with Photos for OS X. Let's get started.
1. Getting Started in Photos
2. Working with Basic Editing Tools
3. Sharing Your Photos
4. Creating Photo Projects
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