I'm a new Mac user. I've had my photos from Windows My Photos transferred over by the Apple Store. In iPhoto, there are over 50 collections of what I guess are albums. About 7 are duplicates. I tried to merge the duplicate albums, hoping they would become one, but instead they simply put two of the same photo into a single album. I had to manually go through and hand delete all the duplicates. Is there a way to have iPhoto auto-delete all my duplicate pix? Also, if I have all my albums under "Photos" will they also be duplicated but just sorted differently under "Faces," "Places," and "Events?" Kinda like iTunes has ALLL the music in Library, but they are duplicated in my various playlists. (Posting delay while I go in and try to find answers to my questions from Apple tutorials and playing around in iPhoto). Ok, I just finished watching the first 5 general tutorials (I didn't read the more specific ones dealing with uploading and sharing photos, etc.). I've merged albums and deleted duplicates from the pix that were transferred from my old windows PC. Those are organized into several major categories (Cars, House, Family, Friends, Work, Dogs, Misc., Etc.) Now, when I add new photos to my iPhoto, it's going to put them in albums based on approximate date. How can I go into each of those Apple-made albums and take the photos out and move them into my albums by category? For clarification, when I sync my iPhone and it takes all the pix off my camera roll and puts them into an event focused album called "January 10, 2010." Those pix have family members, dogs, etc. I'd like to take them out of the January 10, 2010 albums and put them into my albums organized by family, friends, dogs, etc. Thanks for your help!