Your photos, everywhere
With iCloud Photos, your photos and videos are always with you, no matter which device you’re using. Take a photo on your iPhone and it appears automatically in Photos on your Mac.
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Make good photos great
You don’t have to be a pro to edit like one—use the Photos editing tools to give your pictures just the right look. You can crop and straighten, remove red-eye or blemishes, improve light and color, and more.
When you update to OS X Yosemite version 10.10.3 you will get the new Photos app, and by default it replaces iPhoto as your default photo-management app. Connect a camera to your Mac and Photos.
- How to Move Pictures from Mac to iPhone/iPad with iCareFone. How to transfer files from Mac to.
- Check iPhoto after you’ve done this to see how it behaves. If it’s still funky, give the next option in the Rebuild window a try. Rinse and repeat until iPhoto bends to your will.
Enjoy the memories
Memories intelligently curates your photos and videos to find trips, holidays, people, pets, and more, then presents them in beautiful collections and Memory Movies—complete with theme music, titles, and cinematic transitions.
Share with family and friends
And when you have great photos that you just have to share, create a shared album and invite family and friends to view it.
To browse the Photos User Guide, click Table of Contents at the top of the page.
If you need more help, visit the Photos Support website.
Using your Mac and iPhoto, you can create slideshows. You can even go a step further and include both pictures and soundtracks and slowly zoom in and out of photos employing the Ken Burns Effect, named after the documentary filmmaker. To create a slideshow:
1Choose the album or groups of photos you want in your show. Click the Add (+) button on the toolbar and then click the Slideshow tab.
You may see a name for the slideshow automatically filled in with an album name.
2Type a name for the slideshow.
Make sure the Use Selected Items in New Slideshow option is selected.
3Click Create and drag pictures in the order you want them to play in the photo browser at the top of the viewing area.
The name of your slideshow is now in the source list under a Slideshows heading.
4Click Music to choose a soundtrack from iTunes, GarageBand, or sample music included with iPhoto. Click Settings, make your selections, and click OK.
You can choose how long you want to play each slide (three seconds is the default) and a transition between slides (Dissolve, Page Flip, Twirl, and so on). Remove the check mark if you don’t want to use the Automatic Ken Burns Effect. Add check marks if you want to scale photos to fill the screen, and show titles, ratings, and slideshow controls. You can also choose whether to repeat music during the slideshow or whether to adjust slide durations so slides will play as long as the music plays.
5If you want to tweak settings for individual slides, click Adjust.
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To preview visual changes to slides in a smaller window without sound, click Preview. Click Play to get on with the show.