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Organize your photos using Faces

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Faces in iPhoto uses facial recognition

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to help you organize your photos
by the peoples in the pictures.

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To start using Faces

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you tell iPhoto who is who
in your photos.

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First select the photo that includes the face

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of a friend or a family member,

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someone who appears in a lot of your pictures.

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Then click the "Name" button.

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Now type a name for the people in the photo.

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Once you're done with the photo

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you can use the arrow buttons
to move to the next photo.

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If iPhoto recognize as one of the
people that you've named

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it would suggest that name

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and if the suggestion is correct

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just click the check mark.

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Once you've show iPhoto a few faces

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click "Done".

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Now click on the "Faces" icon

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to switch to the Faces view.

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iPhoto display the single snapshot

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on a cork board for each person you've named.

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To find more photos of any of these peoples

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just double click a snapshot.

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At the top are the photos which you just named

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down below are other pictures that iPhoto thinks

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might include the same person.

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Click "Confirm Name" to quickly
verify iPhoto suggestions.

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Just click on each matching photo to confirm it.

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You can also drag select to confirm 
a whole batch of photos at once.

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If the matches isn't correct

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click on it again to reject it.

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This feedback helps iPhoto do a better job

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of recognizing the person's face

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and will allow it to suggest
more possible matches.

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You may find that in some pictures

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there are faces that iPhoto hasn't detected.

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This is often because someone's back is turned

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or their faces somehow obscured.

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If this happens, click the
"Add missing face" button.

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Then position and resize the box
around the missing face,

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click "Done" and type in the person's name.

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Once you've added people
to the faces cork board

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you can arrange the snapshots
in any order you want

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and you can set the key photo for any name
by skimming the snapshot

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and pressing the space bar
to set a new key photo.

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Once you start using Faces
it'll only take a few clicks

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to create slideshows, books,
calendars and cards

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that include the best shots
of your friends and family.
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