How to Make Labels in iPhoto


Making labels for images in your iPhoto library helps to keep them organized and ensures you can remember important details. By default, photos import with titles assigned by the camera. iPhoto allows you to change these generic defaults into useful labels. You can make labels for images in your library individually or in batches.

  • Click on a photo in the iPhoto library to select it. The information label for that photo appears in the bottom-left corner.

  • Click on the text after "Title" to make the text editable. Enter the desired title for the photo. You also have the option of editing the date, time rating and description in the same way.

  • Select multiple photos to assign the same title, date or description by clicking and dragging your cursor over the group of images. You can also select multiple images by holding down the "Command" key as you click on images.

  • Go to the "Photos" menu and select "Batch Change." Select whether you want to change the title, the date or the description, and enter the information you want to apply to each image in the text box. Press "OK" to apply the label information to the images.

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