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iMovie opening iPhoto

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When I start iMovie it automatically gets ALL my pictures from iPhoto so it takes about 15 minutes to open. Is there a way to fix iMovie so it won't automatically download all the iPhotos.. I have tried to click the "Later" tab instead of the "now" but it still automatically waits to open all the photos. Very frustrating to wait.
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