Apple iPhoto

Version9(as of 6/12/2015)
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Main Features

  • Organize your photos quickly and easily
  • Edit your photos with easy to use, yet powerful editing tools
  • Share your photos on Facebook, Twitter, and Flickr
  • Print your images directly from iPhoto
  • Save your photos on iCloud so they won't be lost

Software Overview

Apple iPhoto is a digital photo editor that is bundled with OS X. It is used to organize, edit, and share digital photographs. iPhoto was discontinued in 2015 and replaced by Apple Photos.

iPhoto has editing capabilities that allow you to make quick and easy touch ups to your images. It allows you to adjust exposure, remove red-eye, touch up blemishes, and enhance your image. It also has effects and filters that you can add such as black and white, vignettes, blurred edges, and sepia tones.

Another useful part of iPhoto is its image managing and sharing. It automatically groups your photos by even but allows you to customize the way they are organized. If you add a name to a photo, iPhoto will automatically detect the person in your other pictures and give you suggestions.

If you are a Mac user and want a program that makes it easy to manage your photos, iPhoto is already available to you and works great. If you really like using the program, you might want to check out the iPhone version as well.

Primary File Type

jpg icon.JPGJPEG Image

Supported File Types

ExtensionFile Type
.3FRHasselblad 3F RAW Image
.BMPBitmap Image
.CR2Canon Raw 2 Image
.DNGDigital Negative Image
.EXIFExchangeable Image Information File
.IPHOTOPROJECTiPhoto Print Project
.IPLBiPhoto Library Archive Document
.MRWMinolta Raw Image
.NEFNikon Electronic Format RAW Image
.PHOTOLIBRARYiPhoto Photo Library
.SRFSony RAW Image

Additional Related File Types

ExtensionFile Type
.APLIBRARYAperture Library
.ATTRiPhoto Attributes File
.IPALIASiPhoto Alias File
.IPHOTOiPhoto Library File
.IPMETAApple iPhoto Metadata File
.IPSPOTiPhoto Spot File
.JFIJPEG File Interchange Image
Updated 6/12/2015