Mac Program to Simply organize and edit Pictures file ?

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  1. 10-Dee-Q macrumors 6502

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    Is there any program to organize and simple editing picture on Mac OS?
    i normally use ACDSee in Windows , and has been satisfied by it , is there any other simmilar program for my MBP ?

    I've tried the built in "preview" but it cant scroll to next or previous pictures by simply tapping left and right arrow,
    and i have no idea how to use the I photo cause it needs to add the files in to the iphoto library and it confusing caue the library is sorted by roll/date etc while in my window machine i can organize picture by anything i want , EG. cars, wallpaper, digital camera or etc.

    and another question is how about aperture ?

    and i don't like photoshop cause for me i think it's too advance :)
     
  2. Mitthrawnuruodo Moderator emeritus

    Mitthrawnuruodo

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    Something like iPhoto? Just drag and drop the images into the program (or use Import to Library) and you're ready to go. :)

    Do you use iTunes? Same thing... :)

    Check out the iPhoto QuickTour and the iPhoto tutorial.
     
  3. rdowns Suspended

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  4. 10-Dee-Q thread starter macrumors 6502

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    hmmm
    if i ass a pictures to iphoto library
    that;s mean i will have 2 different files in my hard disk for the same picture ??
    and waht is the difference between iphoto and aperture in general ?
     
  5. GimmeSlack12 macrumors 603

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    GraphicConverter is a great program, it does away with the eye-candy that iPhoto has. And does every format known to man.
     
  6. zac4mac macrumors 6502

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    Hear, hear. Graphic Converter is the best 30 bucks I've ever spent. I use it much more than Photoshop, and that cost over 500 bucks; haven't used iPhoto at all..
    PS is great for manipulation, sux at management. GC excels at management, kinda weak at manipulation. Good complements.

    Z

    When you're using "Preview", select a bunch of images and right clik "Open", you'll get the first image, then the others open on the sidebar and you can scroll up and down with the arrow keys.
     

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