Photos in macOS Catalina has an immersive, dynamic look that showcases your best photos. Find the shots you’re looking for with powerful search options. Organise your collection into albums, or keep your photos organised automatically with smart albums. Perfect your images with intuitive built-in editing tools, or use your favourite photo apps. And with iCloud Photos, you can keep all your photos and videos stored in iCloud and up to date on your Mac, Apple TV, iPhone, iPad and even your PC.
A smarter way to find your favourites.
Photos in macOS Catalina intelligently declutters and curates your photos and videos — so you can easily see your best memories.
Apple iPhoto for Mac By Apple $14.99 Editors' Rating Download.com has removed the direct-download link and offers this page for informational purposes only. UPDATE: Apple has discontinued support for iPhoto. You can download its replacement, Photos for Mac, by upgrading to OS X Yosemite for free. If you're already running Yosemite, you can download Photos for Mac by checking for updates in the Mac App Store. IPhoto is Apple's flagship application for managing and viewing photos on your Mac. Plug one end of a USB cable into your camera and the other end into your MacBook’s USB port, and prepare your camera to download images. Your MacBook will probably launch iPhoto automatically when your camera is detected, but you can always launch iPhoto manually by clicking its icon in the Dock (or or double-clicking it in.
Focus on your best shots.
Photos emphasises the best shots in your library, hiding duplicates, receipts and screenshots. Days, Months and Years views organise your photos by when they were taken. Your best shots are highlighted with larger previews, and Live Photos and videos play automatically, bringing your library to life. Photos also highlights important moments like birthdays, anniversaries and trips in the Months and Years views.
Your memories. Now playing.
Memories finds your best photos and videos and weaves them together into a memorable movie — complete with theme music, titles and cinematic transitions — that you can personalise and share. So you can enjoy a curated collection of your trips, holidays, friends, family, pets and more. And when you use iCloud Photos, all edits automatically sync to your other devices.
You can keep your entire collection of digital photographs and scanned images on your MacBook well ordered and easily retrieved by using iPhoto’s organize mode. The most familiar method of organizing images in iPhoto is the album. Each album can represent any division you like, be it a year, a vacation, your daughter, or your.
The moment you’re looking for, always at hand.
With Search, you can look for photos based on who’s in them or what’s in them — like strawberries or sunsets. Or combine search terms, like “beach 2017”. If you’re looking for photos you imported a couple of months ago, use the expanded import history to look back at each batch in chronological order. And in the My Albums tab, you’ll find your videos, selfies, panoramas and other media types automatically organised into separate albums.
Fill your library, not your device.
iCloud Photos can help you make the most of the space on your Mac. When you choose “Optimise Mac Storage”, all your full-resolution photos and videos are stored in iCloud in their original formats, with storage-saving versions kept on your Mac as space is needed. You can also optimise storage on your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, so you can access more photos and videos than ever before. You get 5GB of free storage in iCloud — and as your library grows, you have the option to choose a plan for up to 2TB.
Make an edit here, see it there. When you make changes on your Mac — like editing a photo, marking a Favourite or adding to an album — they’re kept up to date on your iPhone, your iPad and iCloud.com. And vice versa — any changes made on your iOS or iPadOS devices are automatically reflected on your Mac.
All your photos on all your devices. iCloud Photos gives you access to your entire Mac photo and video library from all your devices. If you shoot a snapshot, slow-motion video or selfie on your iPhone, it’s automatically added to iCloud Photos — so it appears on your Mac, your iOS and iPadOS devices, your Apple TV, iCloud.com and your PC. Even the photos and videos imported to your Mac from your DSLR, GoPro or drone appear on all your iCloud Photos–enabled devices. And since your collection is organised the same way across your Apple devices, navigating your library always feels familiar.
Resize. Crop. Collage. Zoom. Warp. GIF. And more.
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Create stand-out photos with a comprehensive set of powerful but easy-to-use editing tools. Instantly transform photos taken in Portrait mode with five different studio-quality lighting effects. Choose Enhance to improve your photo with just a click. Then use a filter to give it a new look. Or use Smart Sliders to quickly edit like a pro even if you’re a beginner. Markup lets you add text, shapes, sketches or a signature to your images. And you can turn Live Photos into fun, short video loops to share. You can also make edits to photos using third-party app extensions like Pixelmator, or edit a photo in an app like Photoshop and save your changes to your Photos library.
- LightBrilliance, a slider in Light, automatically brightens dark areas and pulls in highlights to reveal hidden details and make your photo look richer and more vibrant.
- ColorMake your photo stand out by adjusting saturation, colour contrast and colour cast.
- Black & WhiteAdd some drama by taking out the colour. Fine-tune intensity and tone, or add grain for a film-quality black-and-white effect.
- White BalanceChoose between Neutral Gray, Skin Tone and Temperature/Tint options to make colours in your photo warmer or cooler.
- CurvesMake fine-tuned contrast and colour adjustments to your photos.
- LevelsAdjust midtones, highlights and shadows to perfect the tonal balance in your photo.
- DefinitionIncrease image clarity by adjusting the definition slider.
- Selective ColorWant to make blues bluer or greens greener? Use Selective Color to bring out specific colours in your image.
- VignetteAdd shading to the edges of your photo to highlight a powerful moment.
- Editing ExtensionsDownload third-party editing extensions from the Mac App Store to add filters and texture effects, use retouching tools, reduce noise and more.
- Reset AdjustmentsWhen you’ve made an edit, you can judge it against the original by clicking Compare. If you don’t like how it looks, you can reset your adjustments or revert to your original shot.
Bring even more life to your Live Photos. When you edit a Live Photo, the Loop effect can turn it into a continuous looping video that you can experience again and again. Try Bounce to play the action forwards and backwards. Or choose Long Exposure for a beautiful DSLR‑like effect to blur water or extend light trails. You can also trim, mute and select a key photo for each Live Photo.
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Add some fun filters.
With just a click, you can apply one of nine photo filters inspired by classic photography styles to your photos.
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Share here, there and everywhere.
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Use the Share menu to easily share photos via Shared Albums and AirDrop. Or send photos to your favourite photo-sharing destinations, such as Facebook and Twitter. You can also customise the menu and share directly to other compatible sites that offer sharing extensions.
Turn your pictures into projects.
Making high-quality projects and special gifts for loved ones is easier than ever with Photos. Create everything from gorgeous photo books to professionally framed gallery prints to stunning websites using third-party project extensions like Mimeo Photos, WhiteWall, GoodTimes, FUJIFILM and Wix.
By default, iPhoto is a photo management program which comes standard on every Mac computer. But if you want change your Mac computer to Windows PC, then you need to transfer you all data from Mac to Windows PC. The most important thing is your photos and videos. You can transfer all your photos from iPhoto to Windows with simple steps. To do so, open 'iPhoto' on your Mac and select all your photos to transfer. Click 'File' menu and select 'Export' option. A 'File Export' window opens up. Select 'Original' option in 'Kind' and 'Event Name' option in the 'Subfolder Format' and then click 'Export' button. This will give you the photos in folder which represents the 'Events' in your iPhoto Library. Now you must export the entire event to Windows PC. Go to 'Events' view and select the event which you want to export. You may have to export all photos by year to make file management easier on the Windows PC. Make sure that you have enough storage space on your hard drive before doing this procedure. If you don't have enough storage space, then hust export a few albums from iPhoto and then delete them. If you choose 'Original' in 'File Type', iPhoto will not embed the keywords and GPS data in your exported photos.
Quick Tip to ensure your Photos never go missing
Photos are precious memories and all of us never want to ever lose them to hard disk crashes or missing drives. PicBackMan is the easiest and simplest way to keep your photos safely backed up in one or more online accounts. Simply download PicBackMan (it's free!), register your account, connect to your online store and tell PicBackMan where your photos are - PicBackMan does the rest, automatically. It bulk uploads all photos and keeps looking for new ones and uploads those too. You don't have to ever touch it.