Mac luminary David Pogue is hosting a super session on Apple's iPhoto at this week's Macworld Conference that runs alongside MacExpo at London's Olympia National Hall on Thursday and Friday.

This session is a unique opportunity to learn from the best Mac and iLife tutor there is. Pogue is in the UK just for the Macworld Conference, and his show appearances are consistently voted the most popular at the San Francisco and Boston Macworld shows.

In the session, attendees will venture far deeper into iPhoto than they thought it possible to go: mastering the underlying folder structure of iPhoto's digital shoebox on the hard drive, making it possible to back up, split, and merge photo libraries; learning how to use plug-ins and add-ons to work around iPhoto's printing, Web-page export, and emailing features; and many more tips and tricks.

They will learn how to use iPhoto as a springboard to do more with their photos. Learn how to edit and crop photos for the greatest impact, build musical slideshows on DVD, and much more.

With 3 million books in print, Macworld contributing editor and New York Times technology correspondent David Pogue is one of the world's bestselling how-to authors, as well as publisher of his own series of 'Missing Manual' books.

At the Macworld Conference he'll also be hosting a Mac OS X Tiger Super Session, as well as another on Apple's Hidden Software Secrets.

Andy Ihnatko, Macworld's hilarious back-page columnist, is also hosting an iLife session: looking at the spectacular power that these seemingly innocent applications actually possess.

See the special Macworld Conference 2005 site for more details, or call Paul Bryan on 020 7071 3663 for information about single-session tickets.

Conference attendees also get free admission to the MacExpo show.