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iOS 8's Photos app is more than just a shoebox for your images. It contains some terrific editing tools as well. Chris Breen takes you on a tour.
Check out what's new and improved in the Camera and Photos apps for iOS 8.
Want to shoot compelling square images? Check out these tips and tricks.
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.
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.
Want to capture some photographs of that upcoming meteor shower? Here are some tips for shooting in the dark using both a DSLR and your iPhone.
Unlike a compact camera or a DSLR, your iPhone doesn’t let you adjust most of your image settings. That said, several tools within the Camera app (and other third-party programs) can aid you in taking very attractive pictures.
Here are a few common situations and some tips on how to photograph them successfully. These are basic approaches, but don’t be afraid to get creative and capture something unique.
Whether you're an old pro or just starting out, here are ten tips to get great shots from the camera that's always with you.
Not sure what HDR stands for or why you might want to shoot it on your iPhone? Here's a quick primer.
Layer masks are a great tool for hiding parts of images, adding color to black and white photos, and creating fun vignettes. Here's a quick primer on how to use this great tool in your digital image editing program of choice.
A casual photographer finds that his 10,000-image library causes iPhoto to slow to a crawl. Chris Breen offers a way to kick it into gear.
How to make editing raw images part of your natural workflow with Photoshop Elements.