iPhoto is one of the most popular apps which came by default with Mac computer. It is useful to organize your photos in a better way. If you have a huge collection of photos, then you can keep them in iPhoto and organize them in the best way.
1. Flag Your Photos:
This is the easiest way to filter out your important photos. To Flag your photos in iPhoto, hover your cursor over any photo and you will see a "Flag" icon located at the top left corner. You just need to click that icon to Flag your photo. Your flagged photos will be filtered at the left panel of iPhoto.
2. Use Keywords:
iPhoto provides you the Keyword feature which is used to categorize your photos. To use it, open "iPhoto" and click "Windows" menu and then select "Manage My Keywords" option. You can drag and drop existing keywords to "Activate" them or you can also add your own. You just need to drag keywords to place in your quick-pick list and automatically assign then a keyboard shortcut. Once you done this, close that panel and select the photo in iPhoto and then click "Info" button. Click "Keywords" button to add keywords to your photos.
3. Use Faces and Places:
The "Faces" feature is useful to find photos related to specific people or locations. This feature scans your photos and groups them together by person. And "Places" feature uses the geotagging information of your photos to group them.
4. Create Smart Albums:
iPhoto allows you to create a Smart Album. To create a Smart Album, open "iPhoto" and click "File" menu and then select "New Samrt Album" option. Now choose the criteria which you want to use for that album and all upcoming photos.
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