Table 15.2 provides a list of some of the more useful iPhoto commands along with their keyboard shortcuts.
What It Does
Opens the iPhoto Preferences dialog box.
Creates a new photo album.
Enables you to import images from sources other than a digital camera.
Enables you to export images outside of iPhoto.
Show Photo Info
Opens the photo information window that provides detailed information about an image.
Creates a copy of selected images.
Revert to Original
Returns an image you have edited to its original condition.
Move to Trash
Moves selected images to the Trash.
Empties the Trash.
Selects all the images in the Contents pane.
Deselects all images in the Contents pane.
Rotates selected images in the counter clockwise direction.
Rotates selected images in the clockwise direction.
Set Title To
Enables you to choose the information you want displayed as the selected images' title. The options are Empty (no title), Roll info, Filename, and Date/Time. If you select the Date/Time option, you can select the format of the date and time used in the title.
Opens the Keywords dialog box that enables you to assign keywords to images and search for images by key words or other data.
Displays titles next to the image thumbnails in the Contents pane.
Displays keywords next to the image thumbnails in the Contents pane.
Displays film rolls next to the image thumbnails in the Contents pane. (In iPhoto, the film roll is the number of the import session in which you added an image to the Photo Library.)
Enables you to group images in the Contents pane by Film Roll, Date, Title, or Manually.
Opens the Help Viewer application, showing iPhoto help.