Tag Archive: iPhoto


How to Delete iPhoto Library, but Why You Probably Don’t Need to

Now that most Mac users have migrated their pictures from iPhoto to Photos app in Mac OS X, when you’re absolutely certain that all the pictures have come through successfully you may decide to delete the old iPhoto Library file on the Mac. This is usually not necessary due to how Photos importation works with … Read More

How to Use iPhoto Instead of Mac Photos App in OS X

Some users who have updated to new versions of OS X with Photos app have discovered that Photos app does not meet their needs, and thus would like to continue using iPhoto on the Mac. This is possible, at least for the time being, but there can be some hiccups in getting iPhoto running again … Read More

How to Move an iPhoto Library into Photos for Mac

Mac users coming from iPhoto may wish to move an iPhoto Library to the new Photos app. While importing is an option when first setting up the Photos app in OS X, many users many have skipped the initial setup screens and missed that opportunity to import pictures and images into Photos from apps like … Read More [Read More…]

How to Move an iPhoto Library into Photos for Mac

Mac users coming from iPhoto may wish to move an iPhoto Library to the new Photos app. While importing is an option when first setting up the Photos app in OS X, many users many have skipped the initial setup screens and missed that opportunity to import pictures and images into Photos from apps like … Read More

5 super quick iPhoto tips to make your photos even better

iPhoto is a free download for everyone these days, making it an affordable bit of kit for dealing with the deluge of photographic data we seem to collect everywhere. Even still, it’s oft overlooked by the best of us because…Read more ›

Apple kills development of Aperture and iPhoto for OS X

Apple gave developers an early preview of its upcoming Photos app this month at WWDC, but what it didn’t tell anyone is that new app for iOS will also overthrow Apple’s iPhoto and Aperture apps for OS X. A new…Read more ›

iPhoto Thumbnails Not Showing Up? Here’s How to Fix That in Mac OS X

Many Mac users rely on iPhoto for their image management and to pull pictures from a digital camera, an iPhone, or Android, a generally flawless experience that makes handling tons of digital pictures easy. But once in a blue moon iPhoto goes awry and you may experience a variety of peculiarities with the image database, … Read More

PhotoScope- Browse Your Entire iPhoto And Aperture Libraries From Your iPhone Or iPad

How about an app which lets you view your entire iPhoto or Aperture library on your iPad, without syncing, and without having either of the Mac apps running? That’s PhotoScope, a $ 5 universal app for iPad and iPhone which does…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Toss Out iPhoto And Replace It With The 6MB MyPhotostream

Man, do I feel clean today. No, it’s not the fact that I quit drinking two summers ago. Nor that I stopped smoking a few years before that. Nope. I feel clean because I finally deleted iPhoto from my Mac.…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Delete GarageBand, iMovie, & iPhoto If Unused to Free Up Disk Space in OS X

Delete Garageband, iMovie, and iPhoto from Mac OS X

The wide variety of default iApps which come preinstalled on most Macs these days are all great applications, but if you don’t actually use them, they just take up disk space. Case in point are Garageband, iMovie, and iPhoto, three fantastic apps for making music, editing videos, and managing photos, but if you never use these apps then it may make sense to  [Read More…]