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iLife Tutorial: Rate and organise your images in iPhoto

Tracking your best photos in iPhoto is easier than you might think. Here’s how to sort the best images from the worst

iPhoto is an indispensable hub for digital snapshots.
Whether it’s photos taken with digital cameras or movies captured by iPhones, iPhoto houses them all. But the increasing load carried by the program leads to a problem: how to organise photos so you don’t mix all your duff shots with your best ones. This walkthrough shows you how to quickly apply ratings to images – even rating more than one image at a time – and how to use that information to sort your snapshots. You can use a mix of Smart Folder and filtered views to ensure that your favourite shots are always near to hand.