Is there an alternative to iPhoto?

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Dec 31, 2019

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Our company is hired by Insurance Companies to do appraisals on relliigious buildings, condo complexes and commerical buildings (for insurance).

 

When I visit a job site I take an average of 100- pictures per site and usually do 3- 5 sites per day.

 

Presently I import the pictures onto my iMac through iPhoto (a program that Apple does not support any longer).

 

iPhoto offers 2- features that I use to add pictures to my reports: #1- the ability to group photos I need into an "event" (as iPhoto calls this group) and #2- the ability to share this "event" by email.

 

I'm not familar with Photoshop Elements but an assicate of mine thought I should investgate Adobe and their vast array of programs.

 

Thanks in advance for your help and/ or suggestions,

 

jdebellonia@icloud.com

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LEGEND , Dec 31, 2019
99jon LEGEND , Dec 31, 2019
The Elements Organizer lets you create events and in some cases suggests events automatically.   There are a number of sharing options. Simply open your event and select all (Cmd+A) and choose email. Elements Organizer will launch your email client with attachments generated ready for sending.   If your computer meets the minimum requirements ( MacOS 10.13 through 10.15 ) you can try the applications free for 30 days should you wish to test the features for yourself.

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The Elements Organizer lets you create events and in some cases suggests events automatically.

 

There are a number of sharing options. Simply open your event and select all (Cmd+A) and choose email. Elements Organizer will launch your email client with attachments generated ready for sending.

 

If your computer meets the minimum requirements ( MacOS 10.13 through 10.15 ) you can try the applications free for 30 days should you wish to test the features for yourself.

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Thank you fpr taking the time to replay.  I have a new iMac Pro running Catalina and at this point iPhoto does not work with Catalina.

 

I need a program that has the ability to group pictures I select into an "event" (iphoto name) and then

email the pictures to my clients.

 

I will give Elements Organizer a try.

 

Thank A Million, jim

 

Happy New Year to you and your family!

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