Upon importing our most memorable photos to iPhoto, duplication of original photos can't be avoided, sometimes even take up most of our precious storage space. I believe we won't let duplicated stack of photos fill up our free space.
In the case that you want to free your storage, you can delete your original photos. But beforehand, let's check whether those photos are already inside your iPhoto Library.
There is an usual place where you can find those mentioned photos…
It's really exciting to experience the new iPhoto, especially the process of teaching iPhoto on recognizing faces. Indeed, it's rather difficult to get correct suggestion from iPhoto with limited number of photos (with human face) imported but to me, the process is the fun part.
Skipping the discussion on how to perform face recognition (which can be learnt from MacWorld Demo), this article will focus on discussing the magic of option key:
Let's proceed further…
With Mac OS X Leopard and installed iPhoto with a bunch of imported images, you will be able to perform really cool screensaver called mosaic screensaver.
Photos to be transformed as mosaic will be chosen from either your whole library of iPhoto or from one of your selected iPhoto albums.
In case you haven't had your iPhoto Library set up, what you need to do is Open your iPhoto and Create Library…. Or if you have created your Library before, you can Choose Existing… library.