5-2: Making Sense of Apple Photos
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5-2: Making Sense of Apple Photos 

Isabelle Dervaux

We accumulate thousands of photos every year on our smartphones, and digital photo collections can span over 15 years; with numbers averaging from 10,000 to 100,000 photos and videos. Learn how to organize and curate the chaos in Apple Photos and add professional photo organizing to the list of skills you can bring to your clients.

Session Objectives:
By attending this session, participants will be able to:
Gain a deeper understanding of the Apple ecosystem including iCloud.
Take full advantage of the hidden but powerful features of Apple Photos.
Work faster and more productively with Mac shortcuts. (Cheat sheet provided.)
Pass on newly acquired knowledge to clients and help them organize their photo collections.



Isabelle Dervaux

After a 30 year career in publishing as an illustrator, Isabelle Dervaux became interested in photo organizing when she took on the task of sorting through years of her own family photos when moving from San Francisco to New York. Isabelle now uses her artist’s eye and sensibility to help busy New Yorkers tell their family stories; empowering them to organize, rediscover, and curate their digital photo collections to pass along to the next generation. She is a certified member of The Association of Personal Photo Organizers, speaks regularly at their annual conference and is an active member of NAPO-NY, serving as their librarian. Isabelle has also taught Illustration and visual storytelling at California College of the Arts in San Francisco and Parsons The New School for Design in New York. Originally from Valenciennes, France, she now lives with her husband in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.


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