As with most "Missing Manual" products, this one follows the trend. Well written, and now on much better photographic quality paper and in full colour. Recommenced to all who are struggling with the excellent iPhoto programme. The manual seems to cover all aspects of the programme, and is an easy read. Lets hope that all future "Missing Manual" publications are in the same mould, i.e. full colour and on this quality paper etc.
Well written and full of helpful tips and advice. A real life saver when you take the decision to leave Microsoft and join Apple. It is the book that Apple should have produced and thanks to David Pogue for sharing his expertise in an understandable and entertaining manner.
Am using this with a heavy heart because of the expense I have incurred buying it for my new iMac only to read that in the Autumn a new Operating system (which eventually I will have to install to be able to use newer software being developed) WITHOUT iPhoto is issued. How are we supposed to continue use things that are suitable for our purpose if the companies constantly make them obsolete? The book is fine for as long as it is relevant.
I find this is a book that I value and frequently use as it spans a good range of readers' experience. I was particularly grateful for its section on using other programs, such as Photoshop Elements, within iPhoto for the trickier pieces of editing that iPhoto itself does not cover. The whole concept of The Missing Manual is so welcome.I am old-fashioned enough (mid 80s) to learn best from the printed page, but realise that the pace of technological change soon outdates it. Beats the Help button?