iPhoto - Now with location-based slideshows, full-screen albums and more
Apple's iPhoto software received a host of new updates that expand the creative possibilities of the program. One of the biggest additions was the announcement of revised photo book and card features. It is now possible to use iPhoto to create your own photobooks, wedding invitations, cards and more. These items can then be sent to Apple, which contracts with a print-shop to make your project and reality and ship it right to your doorstep.
This feature isn't free, obviously, but it convenient. It is surprisingly hard to create a project of this sort using most software, and harder still to put that information into the hands of a competent print-shop. Apple, in classic form, has integrated everything into one easy process.
Another really cool new feature is the addition of new slideshows that are based on locations. You can geo-tag photos and then, once you've done that, put them into a slideshow that displays the photos over a map of the location you visited.
Other new features include full-screen album views, the ability to organize photos by faces, and easy sharing of photos with others via email.