November 3, 2008
You may enjoy working with photos on your computer but that doesn't mean that you want to spend all your free time editing those photos.
It is a good idea to get into the habit of giving titles to your best shots: Stephanie at the beach is a lot more descriptive than 100_5427.JPG.
By investing a little up-front effort, you can save time later. iPhoto '08 which is a part of your iLife software on your Mac can use your titles as a search tool or include them in projects, such as books and Web galleries.
iPhoto '08 shortcut for quickly adding titles to a group of photos without having to reach for the mouse!
1. First make sure titles are displayed beneath each photo thumbnail (if not, choose View: Titles)
2. Edit the first photo's existing title and then press Command (apple) + right bracket ( ] ) to jump to the next photo.
The title bar will already be selected, so you can start typing right away.
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