The Essentials of Searching for Photos in iPhoto '11
In iPhoto (part of the iLife '11 suite) you can zip to the photo you’re looking for by searching for a specific date, keyword, or rating. You can also sort photos by who’s in them, where they were taken, and how you’ve described them. Clicking the Magnifying Glass icon on the left side of the toolbar at the bottom of the Viewer pane changes it into a Search field. With all these options, looking for images in iPhoto '11 is easy!
Browsing by event is probably the fastest way to find a group of pictures in iPhoto taken on a particular date. When you import pictures, iPhoto for iLife groups the pictures taken on the same date as [more…]
iPhoto lets you create new events, merge existing events, or split events into two after you’ve imported the pictures. iPhoto events are different from albums and projects: You can copy the same photo [more…]
You can change the date and time for each picture in your iPhoto library. Changing the date for a picture doesn’t move it to another event — it simply changes the picture’s information. If you sort the [more…]
iPhoto puts your pictures on a Google-powered map so that you can find all pictures related to a specific location, such as your home, school, or work, and all your vacation spots. Many digital cameras [more…]
Search for pictures in iPhoto in iLife '11 by viewing thumbnail-size images and refining the image search by date, keyword, and rating. For a basic view of thumbnails of all pictures in your iPhoto library [more…]