I'm probably one of the many that wishes PixelNHance's photo imaging software could simply be absorbed into/inside iPhoto. (If you don't know PNH and are Xish, go to VT and fall in love. It's free.)<br><br>Anyhow, I only today learned you can invoke PNH in iPhoto. You change a preference in iPhoto, which makes PNH open when doubleclicking on a photo. When you're done tweaking, it saves the iPhoto image.<br><br>This is awesome. Saves mucho importing, exporting, importing..<br><br>Do you rhumba? Excellent! Now pick a rhumba and sit down.. GM
Yep, iPhoto is more of a super cataloger than a pixel editor, even though it has little editing features. Just like iTunes. I wonder why Apple didn't introduce iTunes Pro or iPhoto Pro, like they have for iMovie (Final Cut Pro and Cinema Tools) and iDVD (DVD Studio Pro). Yeah, iTunes Pro might get in the way or all the music apps (Peak, Cubase, etc) and iPhoto Pro in the way of Photoshop. But even then...Hmm.<br><br>I've heard of PixelNHance and it's great that it's free. Will download it when I go to OS X.<br><br>--<br>I am Dyslexic of Borg. Fusistance is retile. Your a$$ will be laminated.
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