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How to make editing raw images part of your natural workflow with Photoshop Elements.
Care to import, caption, and print your pictures with those same captions? iPhoto provides a way to do just that.
How to use Aperture to create alluring photos of friends and family.
Tips and tricks for adjusting camera controls on your favorite camera phone.
Whether you're taking a self-portrait, or a photo of a family member or furry friend, these smart tips guarantee you'll put the best face forward.
Tips and tricks for using the Blurb plug-in for a professional looking photo book.
Digitizing film-printed images and gathering them into a calendar is a great way to make a gift and give these old photos some new life. We take you step-by-step from start to finish.
In this final iPhoto lesson, Chris Breen shows you how to assign ratings and keywords, as well as how to share local iPhoto libraries.
iPhoto gives you plenty of ways to file and find your images. Professor Breen discusses two of the most attractive—Faces and Places.
Can't get the iPhone 5s to post slow-motion clips to Instagram? Here's how you can make it work the way you want to.
In this week's Mac 101 lesson, Professor Breen provides the steps necessary to share your digital images with others.
iPhoto is more than just a digital shoebox for your photos. With it you can organize your photos into albums and share those albums as printed projects. Chris Breen shows you how.
If you've done nothing more with iPhoto that toss your images into it like an old shoebox, it's time to dig into the best of those pictures and edit them into works of art. Chris Breen shows you how.
In this week's Mac 101, Dr. Breen examines Photo Stream, the iCloud service that lets you easily sync and share images.
You've fired up your Apple TV and see an entry only for Photo Stream. How do you view the images in your iPhoto library? Chris Breen explains.