When you're shooting photos, what's the rule of thumb for locating your main light source?
What camera tool should you use sparingly to ensure more natural photos?
What is the rule of thirds and how will it improve your pictures?
Name three ways to add pizzazz to your pictures.
How do you import pictures into iPhoto from a digital camera?
How do you import pictures into iPhoto from a folder on your computer?
Name two things you should do right after you import photos.
Keep the sun at your back or keep the light behind you. But bear in mind, this can cause subjects with eyes to squint.
Automatic flash. Do experiment with flash fill, however.
The rule of thirds is a guideline for good composition. It tells you to keep subjects out of the center of your image. Instead, move them to the sides or up or down a little in the frame.
Move closer to subjects, crop freely in the camera, and adjust your position to get a distinctive point of view.
Plug your digital camera into your Mac, decide whether you want iPhoto to delete the original images from your camera, and click Import.
Drag the folder into the main iPhoto window.
Delete bad images and rotate the remaining images so they're properly oriented.