4.45 (274 reviews)
☑ Become completely comfortable using Mac Photos
☑ Import and organize photos so you can easily find them
☑ Edit and adjust your photos to make them look amazing
☑ Save and share your photos to your computer, online, or with iCloud
☑ Create and order projects such as books, calendars, and more
☑ Use the Photos app on your iPhone to organize, edit, and share
You have a Mac computer, and you want to learn how to easily edit and organize your photos, right?
Perfect! Mac Photos is the free application that comes with all Mac computers (previously called iPhoto).
This course will teach you how to use all of the amazing features of Mac Photos, a truly powerful editing and organizing tool for all kinds of photographers.
What will you learn in this Mac Photos course?
What kind of editing will you learn?
Who teaches this course?
Phil Ebiner is a Mac-user, photographer, best-selling Udemy instructor, and most importantly - he truly wants to help you with this course. No matter what your skill level is right now, you'll get the best support in this course.
Why should you enroll now?
This course will make learning fun and easy. All you need is your Apple computer and any version of the Photos app. We'll be teaching with version released in macOS High Sierra. But you can use pretty much any version because the process is very similar in each version.
We also have a 30-day money back guarantee. So you can enroll today, and if for any reason you aren't enjoying the course, you can grab a refund.
We can't wait to see you in the course!
Thanks for your time, and we look forward to helping you learn Mac Photos.
Welcome to the Course
Download the Course Practice Photos
Join the Official Student Photography Group
Import Photos from Your Computer
Import Photos from Your Camera
Import Photos from iPhone via Cable
Import Photos with iCloud
Import Photos with My Photo Stream
Pro Tip: Import Photos from Online
Viewing and Organizing Your Photos
Viewing Your Photos
Viewing Photos by People, Places, and More
Creating Albums, Smart Albums, and Albums by Photo Type
Easily Find Your Photos with Keywords + Favoriting Photos
Editing & Adjusting Your Photos
Basic Editing and Auto-Enhancing
Use Filters to Automatically Make Your Photos Look Amazing
Crop and Rotate
Case Study: When to Crop and Rotate
Light / Exposure Adjustments
Black and White Adjustments
Retouching Photos to Remove Blemishes or Unwanted Objects + Red Eye Removal
White Balance Adjustments
Selective Color Adjustments
Adding a Vignette
Editing a Live Photo
Export and Share Your Photos
Save Photos as Files
Save Live Photos as GIFs or Still Images
Share Photos Online
Create a Slideshow
Order Prints Right from Your Mac
Create a Calendar
Create a Book
Create a Card
Full Photo Editing Sessions
Editing a Portrait
Editing a Group Photo
Editing a Creative Landscape Photo
Editing a Night Photo
Editing a Cat Portrait
Advanced Mac Photo Tips & Tricks
How to Find Photos in Finder
Change Where Photos Are Stored
Send Photos to Other Apps for Editing
View All Keyboard Shortcuts
Working with Video in Mac Photos
Bonus Section! Using the iPhone Photos App
Viewing and Organizing Photos on Your Phone
Sharing Photos from Your Phone
Editing Photos on Your Phone
Bonus Lecture: Get Any of Phil's Course for Up to 90% Off
Yes, I'm learning more using the tools and a bit more about using albums and folders. What I would enjoy is a tutorial that could guide in sorting a huge collection of unidentified family photos from a span of 30 years. I need more information about moving them around, reordering them and marking them in some way to show which individual photos have been categorized.
Maybe a bit too much assuming that I know more than I do about iCloud and photos. Had to rerun the training a couple of times to keep up. Which I actually don't mind doing.
We are supposed to get going by downloading photos, but I don't even know enough about how to do that and looks like I am on my own. So, at this point I have no choice but to ask for a refund!
The course was really good, in section 3: editing & adjusting your photos I found what I was looking for
it is okay. But if you are a beginner some times the instructor speeds along. I have a pretty good understanding of MAC and Photos but if you are brand new it would be hard to follow.
I've been using Mac Photos for years and I'm still learning new things! Its also great to see that using my own judgement is exactly what you do, and just play around until I like the image. I wish I would have found this course long ago!
Yes, great match for me. I can pause and try it on my own, or rewind if I want to go at my own pace. It is very easy to understand and covers the whole Photos app!!
1차 평 : 애플 제품을 오래 사용하여 친숙한 시스템이지만 그래도 좀더 확고하게 지식을 정리 할 수 있어 좋아요~ 2차 평 : 후반부에 앨범 달력 책자 등 app store 연결된 부분은 불필요한 부분이 좀 있다 3차 평 : 전반적인 애플의 포토 app에 대하여 다루어진 좋은 강의 같다, 나역시 어느정도는 알고 있는 내용이지만 phil 강사가 알려주는 숨어 있는 기능은 정말 꿀 같은 정보가 된다 좋은 강의 감사하고 또다른 강좌에서 만나길 바란다.
When I started I haven't any glue how it is working. Seems to be so that MacPhoto is a good basic tool for non professional picture maker.
Hi Phil, I finally finished all of the videos, some of them a couple times, and wanted to update my rating to 5 stars again. I learned so much from your information and your teaching style: perfect for the way I learn. I will have questions coming up as I put it all into practice. I did skip the iPhone sections as I have an Android. Thanks for all your time making this series and doing such a terrific job. Blessings. Jacqueline
its a little fast for those of us who are technically challenged. Probably because Mac has so many different ways to do the same thing! But I think I'm keeping up
I am starting from ground zero. It is going too fast. Can something be printed to review? Or do you have another suggestion.
Simple and straight forward instruction. Phil was amiable and I felt he was quite well versed in the subject matter. I would like to say thank you for a course I found quite helpful.
I was most interested in organizing many of my images from different grant projects and creating subfolders for them. Albums was useful but I discovered I could make a project -- e.g.,I called it "Images from Grants" and then make albums (sub-albums in the project) - e.g. Healthy lifestyle, Abuse Prevention, Backgrounds images, etc. Then I went to Final Cut -- opened each projects, found my images -- next I did show in finder for my different images and imported them into Photos into the correct albums for the different categories. Now I have them available for future grant projects.
I'm pretty Mac savvy and been using iPhoto for years but then it switched to Photos and there was so much to learn. This course helped break things down in what one would do to edit a various types of photographs (landscape, portrait, etc) and explained what each of the tools are used for when editing. Learned a lot from this great teacher.