Don't-Miss Photography software Stories
Don't just stand there. Simulate some motion blur to make your photos more visually interesting.
Pushing your photos through text is an easy way to create a personalized gift.
Apparently you all have an insatiable curiosity about Apple's Photos app. Chris Breen has more answers.
Photos is a big change in the way Apple deals with image editing and organization. You have questions, we have answers.
Most of us will be waiting a month or two for the release of Photos for OS X. During that time, why not take steps to prepare your iPhoto library for the move?
Keep the keepers, flag the best, and trash the rest with Lesa Snider's simple system for keeping your photo library under control.
Chris Breen shows you how to more easily find specific iPhoto images and delete the ones you don't want.
Many of us have huge iPhoto libraries packed with duplicates and poor images. Follow these steps to weed the keepers from the clunkers.
Doggies and kitties get red-eye too. (And green, and blue, and even white.)
Give your photos the pencil treatment for a bold, interesting look. It's easier than it looks, and Lesa Snider can show you how.
Preview has some surprisingly robust abilities for working with photos.
A little finessing can turn your photos into works of art, with edges that look painted or a slick digital matte.
Don't stress! There's still time to get cards out to your nearest and dearest, if you take these handy tips to heart.