I have what may be an extremely stupid question, but here it goes anyway: I have an iBook G3. It used to run Jaguar and had an old version of iPhoto. For a while, I used iPhoto to import pics from my camera, and when it did, they were stored in ~/Pictures/iPhoto Library/2008/01, for example. While cool, iPhoto was very slow, so I eventually started using my camera software instead. Now, I don't have a choice, since I replaced the hard disk and installed Tiger, I don't have iLife at all now, so I can't look to try to answer this question myself. Ok, so my girlfriend recently bought a 2Ghz Santa Rosa MacBook. She has been using iPhoto '08 to import pics from her camera, but she says she can't find where they are on disk. I told her where they had been in my version, but she says iPhoto Library is not a folder, that it is an application, and when she double clicks on it, it opens iPhoto. Every scrap of info I've been able to find says that things are instead still roughly like they were in Jaguar. I won't be able to see her until next week, so I have no idea how to help her. My question is this: Has Apple changed the iPhoto Library? Does it now store pics in some monolithic database file? Or does it do as before and iPhoto Library is really a folder and the pics are in subfolders sorted by iPhoto in some way, much like iTunes? It will likely be next week before I can personally look at it and see what's going on. I feel like it's user error - it took over 3 frustrating hours on iChat the other night to help her open a pdf that she insisted up and down was a ppt file. I was ready to tear my hair out. Anyway, thank you in advance.