- Organize Your Images from the Albums Screen
- Viewing Individual Photos Using iPhoto
- Printing and Sharing Images Using iPhoto
- Creating and Showing Off Journals
- iPhoto Offers Many Photo-Related Tools in a Single App
Printing and Sharing Images Using iPhoto
From the photo Viewing screen, tap the Share icon (displayed near the upper-right corner of the screen) to reveal the app’s extensive Share menu (shown in Figure 7). From here, you can transfer an image to a Journal, the Camera Roll or iTunes. Or, you can post the photo online via Twitter, Facebook, or Flickr. If your iPhone or iPad is connected to the same wireless network as another Mac or iOS device, you can wirelessly beam the image to that computer or device, or email photos from within the app.
Figure 7 The Share icon offered within iPhoto offers a much larger selection of options than the Share icon featured in most other apps.
iPhoto also offers an impressive Slide Show feature. It allows you to choose your favorite images, and then display them using a customizable and animated slide show, which can be viewed on the iPhone or iPad’s screen, or using the AirPlay feature (and Apple TV), it can be streamed to your HD television set.
If your iOS device is linked to a printer, using the AirPrint feature that’s built in to iOS 5, you can create prints from your digital images right from your iPhone or iPad. Companies like HP and Epson, for example, offer several different photo printer models, that are AirPrint compatible and that are priced as low as $100.