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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.
Everyone knows Independence Day fireworks are stunning in the sky, but capturing that glory in photographs can be tricky. Use these simple tips to bring their pop to your pictures.
David Sparks ruminates on Apple's reasons for killing Aperture and iPhoto, and his hopes for the new Photos app.
Looking to outfit your iPhone's camera with an external lens or two? Dave Johnson put five lens kits to the test to figure out which one reigned supreme.
Apple said Friday that it will cease development of its professional image tool Aperture and transition users to the new Photos app in 2015.
Though it's not perfect, iResizer is a handy content-aware scaling tool that makes your images fit particular aspect ratios without cropping.
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.
You don’t have to wait until September to play with iOS 8's time-lapse mode on your iPhone or iPad. Here are four great third-party apps you can pick up on the App Store.
Looking for a new home for your photos? Canon has a service you might be interested in, but only for up to 10GB of storage for now.
When iOS 8 arrives in the fall, Apple will be making a major shift in how your images are stored in the Photos app. Here's what will change (and what won't).
The app now includes Google's 'Stories' photo playback program
This interchangeable lens camera features a design reminiscent of Leica cameras.
You don't need a $3 app to shoot beautiful monochrome photos on your iPhone: Here's a tip that will keep you shooting in black and white through the stock Camera app.
VSCO Cam is a snazzy camera and editing app with a half-baked online sharing experience bolted onto the side. The app needs only to find a way to smooth the rough edges in its interface to be a truly essential camera app alternative.
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