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iPhoto '11

Discussion in 'Mac Software Discussions' started by skiziks, Oct 20, 2010.



  1. skiziks

    skiziks Technology Advocate

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    Can't wait for a review of the new iPhoto '11 to find out if there are any new editing enhancements.
     
  2. Gene Steinberg

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    It appears most of the changes are in terms of flash rather than editing or any other under-the-hood enhancements.
     
  3. Molgogi

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    I must be one of the only people who doesn't care about any of these features. Heck, I still prefer iPhoto 6...*sigh*
     
  4. Sabacc

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    iPhoto ’11 has integrated a few new sharing features directly into the application, cutting down on trips to Web browsers and e-mail applications.
    It has pumped up the slideshow tool with new themes and improved animations and effects.
     

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