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Learn how to control what happens if you use Snow Leopard's new auto importer feature to automatically import photos from your digital cameras.
To capture friendly sea turtles up close, Danny Allen put his regular Canon point-and-shoot camera into a waterproof case.
You can create a time-lapse movie with your camera, iPhone, or web cam. Time-lapse movies can give us a fresh perspective by speeding up slow-moving action and compressing hours, days, and months into seconds and minutes.
If you've put off shopping for the photographer in your life until the last possible minute, don't panic. This list of easy, no-mall-necessary gifts has something for every level of photographer.
Chris McVeigh shows you three masking techniques that can be used in Photoshop CS3 or CS4.
Adam Berenstain walks you through the steps of creating a holiday newsletter in Pages '09.
The vignette effect can add style to your photos. Here's how to create a vignette in Photoshop CS4.
Get a jump start on your holiday projects by using iPhoto to design and print one-of-a-kind cards, books, and more. These tips will help you avoid some of the common pitfalls.
Hate the way iPhoto takes control of your pictures? You can free them by created a referenced library that other apps can access as well.
Troubled by blurry prints or strange colors? Try these solutions to common printer frustrations.
Learn how to add over 20 additional effects to photos taken in Photo Booth and iChat
A quick trick for printing high resolution scanned 35mm slides larger than their original, tiny size.
Return your scanned old photos to their former glory with a few easy adjustments in iPhoto.