Of course, other options include using iMovie ($16), Keynote ($20; though the useful SmartBuild feature was stripped from version 6), and other third-party tools. If you own more advanced image editing software such as Adobe Photoshop (using the Automate > PDF Presentation command), Photoshop Elements (using the Organizer), Bridge (using the View > Slideshow command), and Lightroom (using its pro-level Slideshow module), you can create slick slideshows, too. And once your slideshow is exported into QuickTime or PDF format, you can use iTunes file sharing to port a full-resolution version onto your iOS device.
As you can see, there are many ways to show off your pictures, though perhaps the hardest part is remembering to do it! Until next time, may the creative force be with you all.
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