Low lights, dancing couples, and spontaneous shenanigan make a party fun to attend, but challenging to capture with your camera. Event photographer Derrick Story offers these helpful hints.
That new camera won't be much use without a capacious memory card to store photos to videos on. But all SD cards aren't the same. Make sure you're getting the right card for the way you shoot.
Hate the way iPhoto takes control of your pictures? You can free them by created a referenced library that other apps can access as well.
A quick trick for printing high resolution scanned 35mm slides larger than their original, tiny size.
Return your scanned old photos to their former glory with a few easy adjustments in iPhoto.
Bring order and security to your scanned printed media with these smart iPhoto management and back up strategies
Scanning all your old photos is a daunting process. Should you use a third-party scanning service can help you migrate old photos from the shoe box to the computer?
SD memory card wirelessly transfers pics from your camera to your iPhoto library.
If you're running OS X 10.6, it's time to take a second look at Image Capture. This underappreciated app has some great time-saving tricks up its sleeve, like managing your devices and sharing your iPhone's photos over the network.
The Eye-Fi Pro is an SD memory card that provides the option of transferring pictures without cables or card readers to your computer or to an online photo sharing Web site.
Bugs are notoriously pesky photo subjects. They refuse to sit still, require close up work, and almost never smile. Derrick Story explains how he got the shot.
Mac photographer Derrick Story tries to turn a basic Mac into a fully-functional photo studio without going over budget.
Got a little too enthusiastic about pressing the Delete button on your camera? With a little know-how you can quickly recover lost photos and protect your digital memories.
Creating a slide show of old photos that follow the bride and groom from childhood to their wedding day could take you hours of painstaking work. Or just minutes if you use the Faces tool in iPhoto ’09.
If you use iPhoto's face-recognition tool, don't lose all of your hard work with one stroke of bad luck. Back up your Faces data to protect against data corruption or user error.