Don't-Miss Photography Stories
For our latest competition, we asked you to turn down the lights and show us your best low light photos. Here are the winners of Macworld's second photography contest.
Looking for a better way to send out those holiday photo e-mails? Our Automator Workflow of the Month gives you more control over image size when you send e-mails from iPhoto '11.
Did you ever admire those large images that were actually made up of hundreds of smaller pictures? You too can create a mosaic. Chris McVeigh walks you through the steps using his favorite mosaic software.
The UK's Digital Heaven have announced the release a major new version of DH_Reincarnation, a quick and effective Final Cut video filter that helps bring dead pixels on footage back to life.
Online video sharing site Vimeo has added a how-to section filled with original and user generated tutorials.
The new 60D DSLR is nice addition to the Canon line-up, and it's tailored to photographers who are interested in shooting video on their camera.
You could go out and purchase an iPhone case as a gift for a loved one, but consider using your own images to create a custom skin as a holiday gift. The Unique Skins Website gives you an abundance of choices for do-it-yourself protective skins.
With hundreds and hundreds of products that are released every year, we look for the ones that truly stand out, the products that offer the best quality, innovation, and value. Eventually, we came up with the list you see here, the best 24 products of 2010. The winners help prove that the Mac market is very much alive and well.
We saw hundreds or programs and Web services this year. These are the ones that stand out.
Our favorite gizmos, gadgets, peripherals, and accessories of the past year.
Despite some fun and useful features, the high-zoom PowerShot SD4500 IS camera has disappointing image quality, poor battery life, and a lack of manual controls.
Shape Collage helps you create gorgeous and personal holiday gifts suitable for framing.
Thanksgiving’s over, December has arrived, and that means we’re marching into the thick of the holiday season. Given that, in this episode we look at a class of gifts that remain popular for and from geeks—photography.
Sony's translucent mirror technology makes its debut in the impressive A55 interchangeable lens camera. This camera is set apart by its small size, ability to continuously autofocus while shooting video, and fast continuous shooting mode.
These digital camera and camcorder Black Friday deals will make finding that perfect "something" a lot easier to find when shopping for the shutterbug on your gift list.