Don't-Miss Photography Software Stories
There's more power in the Photos for iOS app than you might realize.
A reader wonders if accidental deletions have huge repercussions.
A reader finds her photo thumbnails are black rectangles instead of little images. How can this be fixed?
How can you take two photo libraries, one created for iPhoto and one for Photos, with duplicates removed and merge them?
Quickly convert an ordinary image into a spectacular series of colorful swirls and twirls
A reader wants to import a single photo album, not everything, to her Mac. But it can't be easily done.
You plug your iPhone into your Mac, and Photos launches—but you don't want that! There's a way to stop this behavior.
It doesn't take expert Photoshop skills to make unwanted objects vanish from your photos.
Where does Photos for OS X stash pictures?
The Photos apps for OS X and iOS make it super simple to share photos and videos, even without an Internet connection.
Readers ask about how to clear out space used by multimedia in the Photos app through deletion and optimization.
Readers (still!) have (many, many!) questions about several features in Photos for OS X.
Beneath that user-friendly surface, you'll find a set of image-editing tools to help your photos look their best.
OS X's Photos app has a more powerful Retouch tool than the one in iPhoto.
Photos for OS X when coupled with iCloud Photo Library means you're not sure where high-resolution images live for purposes of local backups.