I'm currently working on bringing back to life a black Macbook that is "stuck" at Lion(doesn't officially support anything newer). With a new SSD it's quite peppy and is useable for almost anything I could want, but I'm having a little bit of trouble with iPhoto. It currently has iPhoto '09, 8.1.2, which does NOT permit syncing photos via iCloud. I know there is a version for Lion which is capable of doing this, as I was running Lion on my main computer(a Macbook Pro) up until March or April of this year and it worked fine. When I go into the App store and attempt to download iPhoto 9.6(the only version I can find) I'm told that I must be running 10.10. Even going back into my "purchases" history, I find a version that I "purchased" on August 12, 2012. As this was right around the time I upgraded to my iPhone 4s, I'm assuming that I likely upgraded iPhoto at the time for the exact reasons I'm wanting to now. When I click the download link at this location, I'm also warned that I need 10.10. I'm guessing(but don't know) that I probably need some version of iPhoto 9.x prior to 9.6. I've tried searching on Apple's website for a direct download link for it, but have been unsuccessful. I've also run Software update and checked the updates tab in the App store multiple time, and have not been prompted to update iPhoto. Can anyone advise me of a way to install a newer-but not the most current-version of this program that will run under Lion?