Apple Photos isn't just about organizing your pictures. You can enhance its capabilities with an extension that will let you tweak you pictures so they look their best.
When you have to use a high ISO value, you increase the amount of noise in a photo. MacPhun's software can help.
Beneath that user-friendly surface, you'll find a set of image-editing tools to help your photos look their best.
If Apple's Photos app is too elementary for you, Capture One Pro could work, if you can sacrifice some organizational tools.
Glenn and Susie are joined by special guests Joe Kissell and Jeff Carlson to talk about Photos, iCloud Photo Library, and how it fits into our post-iPhoto-and-Aperture lives.
Developers, developers, developers, developers! Apple wants to hook you up so you don't have to wait until June to test Apple Watch apps on an actual Apple Watch.
Adobe's photo organizer makes easy work of HDR and panoramas, recognizes faces, and takes better advantage of your computer's GPU.
Photos arrives with OS X 10.10.3, but should you use it? Jeff Carlson unwraps the new app and Apple's iCloud Photo Library feature.
Glenn and Susie are joined by Leah Yamshon and Jeff Carlson to discuss the latest (and Apple-approved) biography of Apple's founder, Becoming Steve Jobs.
All you need for these creative photo projects is an iPhone or iPad and a couple of free apps.
Ideas aren't confined to one location, and your outlines needn't be confined to one device.
Not sure what you should do with your iPhoto and Aperture library when both apps get the axe next year? Here's what you need to know about migrating from Apple’s (almost) discontinued photo applications.
This case can protect your iPhone from the elements, but its bundled set of lenses are disappointing.
TriggerTrap uses your iPhone or iPad and a cable to give you control over your camera's shutter.
Macworld contributor Jeff Carlson takes an in-depth look at Adobe's newest iOS app, Photoshop Mix.
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