Don't-Miss Photography Stories
iPhoto '11, Apple's latest version of its popular photo editing and management software, has a handful of fun new features and a well-designed interface.
Although Apple spent a lot of time on Wednesday talking about changes to iPhoto, updated as part of the iLife '11 suite, the company also quietly updated its Aperture professional photo application at the same time.
A closer look at how Fast-Action modes change your camera's settings to get better shots.
Cut the cords and set up your Mac and all-in-one scanner so you can scan documents and images over a Wi-Fi connection.
A closer look at how Sunset mode changes your camera's settings to get better shots.
A closer look at how Night Portrait mode changes your camera's settings to get better shots.
We want to see what kind of amazing pictures Macworld readers have captured with their iPhone 4s, so we're having a photo contest with great prizes. Pick a favorite shot from your Camera Roll, or go out and capture a fresh picture to submit.
A closer look at how Night Scene mode changes your camera's settings to get better shots.
A closer look at how Macro mode changes your camera's settings to get better shots.
A closer look at how Portrait mode changes your camera's settings to get better shots.
The new 24- and 44-inch printers provide professional-quality, high-resolution output for the professional crowd.
Use your camera's LCD, histogram, and exposure compensation control to set the optimal exposure for your shots.
Lemke Software says it's overhauled the interface of GraphicConverter with the release of version 7, addressing a long-standing request from users of the image-conversion tool.
Panasonic is expanding its Lumix digital camera brand to cell phones and will unveil its first "Lumix Phone" at next week's Ceatec show in Japan.
This app harnesses the iPhone's built-in GPS capabilities to make it simple to record location data for photos you've captured with another device.