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The inimitable David Pogue along with Derrick Story has released a new book, which claims to be an "authoritative book" on iPhoto ’08. The iPhoto ‘08: The Missing Manual (O’Reilly, $34.99) promises to be an one stop solution to all your iPhoto queries since Apple never released a printed manual for the software.
The Book Covers:
Essentials of photography. This book’s opening chapters offer a crash course in using your digital camera and the secrets of professional photography.
Editing basics. Even the greatest photos sometimes need a little touching up. This book covers iPhoto’s beefed-up editing suite, including its increasingly Photoshop-like adjustments palette.
Finding an audience. iPhoto excels at getting your photos out to the people who really want to see them. Your choices include screen savers, desktop backgrounds, Kodak prints, self-playing DVD slideshows (with music), gift books, calendars, cards, and spectacular Web galleries.