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Posted by Mike Rosenberg on June 25, 2006, 12:16 pm
 




I can't speak for anyone else, of course, but *I* didn't take it that
way.  One thing I can say is that, if you were ever to use Apple's
iPhoto for a while, you likely would not want to use any other program
with a digital camera again.

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Posted by Michelle Steiner on June 25, 2006, 3:09 pm
 


 mike@POSTTOGROUP.invalid (Mike Rosenberg) wrote:


I disagree; it's great for organizing photos and the like, but apps like
Photoshop (even Photoshop Elements) is much better for editing.

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Posted by Mike Rosenberg on June 25, 2006, 3:22 pm
 



I agree with you, because I wasn't at all clear in my previous post that
I meant using iPhoto as the program for importing and organizing photos
from the camera, as compared to any of the programs I've ever used that
the camera companies distribute with the cameras.

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Posted by Michelle Steiner on June 25, 2006, 3:39 pm
 

 mike@POSTTOGROUP.invalid (Mike Rosenberg) wrote:


Oh, definitely.

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Posted by Bill on June 25, 2006, 5:37 pm
 



I just organize mine with the Windows XP directory structure in conjunction
with XP's array of views.   No third-party application require.  In fact, I
like the native filing system better than the freebie that came with my
Canon Powershot.  Can't speak for the Mac because I made my living during
the last 15 of my 45 years in the computer industry selling and supporting
PCs.  Had a dealer been able to resell generic Apples perhaps the Mac would
have enjoyed widespread acceptance.  As it was, 99% of those of us working
this industry were relegated to selling and supporting PC clones.  The rest
is history.



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