There is a help button on iPhoto that you can use to find all the labels of the tools, and tips on how to use them.
iPhoto has a series of predefined effects that you can add to your photos. After the effects have been added, they can usually be adjusted directly on the iPad.
iPhoto lets you enhance the image, in specific ways, and in specific areas using a series of brushes.
iPhoto allows you to adjust the colors on your photos. This includes the ability to adjust the saturation (the amount of color), sky tones, greenery, and adjusting the warmness of the photo
Exposure in the amount of overall light in the photo. iPhoto lets you adjust the exposure in your photo. But adjusting the photo can cause the highlights to become over bright, while you are trying to bring up the detail in the shadows.
IPhoto allows you to adjust the crop and the rotation of the photo. IPhoto has a great little protractor allows easy manipulation of the rotation.
IPhoto for the iPad is designed by Apple to be a reasonably easy to use photo editing application. This is a quick look at the main parts of iPhoto for the iPad.
For many years up and keeping notes in a moleskin type notebook. So I have accumulated many book full of handwritten notes. Moving forward, do I want to maintain these written notes or would be better to find a way to use them on my iPad and in my computer?