If you are a professional photographer or serious amateur looking to reproduce your work at large sizes and with extremely high quality, the Epson Stylus Pro 3800 Standard Model is a great printer.
Both Adobe and Apple note some issues with their image management programs and Leopard, particularly with Time Machine.
Time Machine, Spaces, and other additions and enhancements grab all the glory. But there's plenty of things to love about OS X 10.5 that are flying under the radar. Rick LePage picks his 10 favorite low-profile features.
Apple's list of the 300+ new features in Leopard has a few surprises for creative pros.
A List Apart has published the results of its 2007 Web Design Survey.
Registration has opened for the 11th annual Art Directors' International Master Class, a three-day, hands-on workshop run by Adobe's Russell Brown.
Derrick Story looks at Canon's new PowerShot G9 compact camera on his site, The Digital Story.
Epson is entering the fiber-based photo paper market with Exhibition Fiber, an F-surface paper with a feel like a double-weight silver-halide paper.
Looking for a reasonably priced tool for building custom ICC profiles? Take a look at ColorVision's PrintFix Pro.
Ilford has announced a new fiber-based photo paper optimized for black and white and split-toned photographs.
Looking for some typographic inspiration and discussion? Look no further than Richard Weston's Ace Jet 170 blog.
Rick LePage links to a Macworld article covering printing on third-party papers and fabric with your photo inkjet.
FontLab's SigMaker lets you add logos, signatures and other graphic images to your existing fonts.
As part of our coverage of Adobe's 25th anniversary, Macworld editor-at-large Rick LePage reflects on how the software giants relationship with the Mac platform has evolved over the years.
Many people assume that when printing photos at home, you have to use paper from the same company that makes your printer. But while there are certain advantages to sticking with the same brand, it's not your only option.