Preview multiple items at once with a slideshow with Mac OS
Make a slideshow with Mac OS
My camera goes with me wherever I go. I have a small -older- pocket camera from the Canon Ixus series, a Canon EOS 350 D and a Sony Bridge Camera (you see I am covered for all situations in life 😉 ) – this means that I have an incredible amount of photos to handle – from family meetings, trips with my husband, my cats, you name – I have the photo 😉
My iPhoto has to handle right now over 8300 photos. And before I add them to iPhoto I usually preview the photos to make sure they are not blurry. That’s why I use these great slideshow feature so often. So when you have connected your camera with your Mac you load all photos in whatever folder you want.
After that you open the folder, press CMD+A to mark all photos and click CMD-ALT/OPTION-Y to preview all photos in a slideshow.
This is how a slideshow with Mac OS looks:
Or, maybe, you like to see all your photos on the index view, click the index view button for that:
…and this is what you get:
One of the best things I´ve discovered definitely is that I can add my photos from the slideshow to iPhoto: