Jeff CarlsonContributor, Macworld

Author and photographer Jeff Carlson is the author of The iPad for Photographers, Third Edition; The Connected Apple Family; Take Control of Your Digital Photos on the Mac; and many other books and articles.

iMovie '11

iMovie '11 has some standout features that show off its capabilities, like Movie Trailers, long-awaited sound editing, and One-Step Effects. But there are also plenty of other enhancements indicating that this release has depth and character, like the return of a traditional timeline in Single-Row View, a fix for rolling shutter artifacts, the People Finder feature, and more. Here's Jeff Carlson's review.

First look: iMovie '11

iMovie ’11 offers more than just flashy movie trailers to Mac video editors.

Editing tips and tricks for Apple's mobile iMovie app

Apple's iMovie app for iOS 4 is fairly easy to use, but it also carries expectations based on what iMovie for Mac (or really any video editor) can do. Being a mobile app, some capabilities aren’t available—or are they? Here are some tips for expanding the editing features of iMovie 1.1.

Premiere Elements 9

Although Adobe Premiere Elements has been refined over many iterations under Windows, this release marks its first appearance on the Mac. As a result, this “new” product isn’t starting off as a bare-bones editor. Here's our complete review.

Relocate your iMovie projects

Do you need to offload digital video from your main computer? Jeff Carlson gives you a simple way to relocate your iMovie files.