Don't-Miss Photography Stories
Just when you think we've shown you every possible Bluetooth-enabled iOS accessory in existence, we've found even more. And chargers and lenses and filters, oh, my.
You've taken the trouble to give your iPhoto images titles, but when you copy them to the desktop the titles are nowhere to be found. Chris Breen explains the proper export method.
The Pixma iP8720 is geared towards photography hobbyists who want to print on a grand scale.
Adobe's pro photography editing software has come to the iPad: Take an in-depth tour of its features with Macworld contributor and photographer Jeff Carlson.
At Macworld/iWorld 2014, Jeff Carlson leads a discussion on tips for doing more with photos and videos.
Macworld's Serenity Caldwell leads a discussion will a panel of experts -- Chris Breen, Kyle Lambert, and Jeff Carlson -- on creative workflows for creative professionals.
This accessory uses a trigger to help you snap better photos with your iPhone's camera. But the makers of the Grip&Shoot see possible uses beyond photography.
The Grip&Shoot is a promising accessory aimed at helping you take better photos with your iPhone. But the device makers think an SDK will open up the Grip&Shoot to other uses.
The social network now lets you tag photos and tweet multiple images without using up your 140 precious characters.
New app turns televisions into interactive photo galleries.
There are three major ways to add geolocation information to your photos in Aperture.
An iOS update brings social features to popular photo-editing app VSCO Cam, but it's still all about the images.
This week's roundup of iOS accessories includes items to help you make and see 3D photos, devices that let you make international calls, and gear that makes sure you have power when you need it.
Hot on the heels of its major version 3 FX release comes 3.1 Marble with under-the-hood enhancements that boost competition with underscore increasing competition with Photoshop.
This app is like having 100 years worth of cameras in your pocket.
In what appears to be an inadvertent public view of a private Adobe Web page, new information surfaces about an upcoming iPad app.
The best of hardware and software combinations provide an integrated environment for more efficient field work.
iPhone light meter app does what standard gadgets can do in calibrating the light on your subject to suggest the best settings for your shot.