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iLife ’09 Tutorial: Apply multiple adjustments in iPhoto

It’s possible to add the same adjustments to multiple photos. You can even do this in Full Screen mode, as we’ll be showing you in this tutorial.

More often than not, if you have to make adjustments to a photo, you may find you need to also apply the same changes to other shots taken at the same time.
Thinking that you have to manually alter each image in the same way over and over again may put you off the idea, or at the very least convince you to just alter the best photos and leave the others untouched. Thankfully, the iPhoto designers had considered this eventuality and thought of a way to simplify this process greatly – thereby not only saving you a considerable amount of time, but making sure all your photos look their best with very little effort. We’ll be showing you how this process works over the next two pages, but rather than working from the regular interface we’ll also be taking a trip into Full Screen mode. Start by selecting an Event or Album, choose a photo and then go to View> Full Screen from the Menu Bar.