Six unusual ways to use your photos

Don't limit your photo prints to plain old paper. There are some great customizable products you can put your mark on, including clothes, home decor, and even food.

2009 in review: The year in digital photo

We look back at the biggest photography news of 2009 and take a peek at what's in store for 2010.

Last-minute photo cards

With your own printer and professional templates, it's not too late to get photo cards in the mail in time for Christmas.

Ten gifts for the photographer on your list

Treat your favorite shutterbug--or yourself. Here are a few of the photo accessories on our wishlists.

Six offbeat photo cards for the holidays

Want holiday cards that get noticed? From unusual shapes to multimedia embellishments, these six designs offer a fresh take on the traditional photo greeting. Just be ready to cash in your 401k.

Eight steps to better holiday cards, books, and calendars in iPhoto

Get a jump start on your holiday projects by using iPhoto to design and print one-of-a-kind cards, books, and more. These tips will help you avoid some of the common pitfalls.

CatPaint got your iPhone?

The newly-released CatPaint iPhone app makes a simple promise: to let you insert cats in your photos. But does it deliver? Macworld editors put the application to the test.

Photo Essentials 3 plug-in released for Photoshop Elements

The new suite adds easy-to-use tools for correcting images, removing backgrounds, and applying artistic effects to your photos.

Get better prints

No matter how much you enjoy taking digital photos and sharing them electronically, there’s something special about photos that you hold in your hand. These days, it’s popular to let someone else make prints for you. But there are advantages to printing your photos.

Olympus announces E-P2 digital camera

The compact SLR-like camera adds a detachable electronic viewfinder, improved autofocus system, and more.

iMo Foto Frame also prints your pictures

This two-in-one digital photo frame prints 4-by-6-inch photos, too.

Epson adding tethering feature to photo viewers

A firmware update due by month's end will let owners of the Epson P-6000 and P-7000 multimedia photo viewers tether the device to compatible Canon or Nikon SLRs and instantly view and save photos as they shoot.