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Learn a simple way to collapse (or expand) all collections in the Photos portion of iPhoto’s Library.
Derrick Story recommends his favorite Adobe Creative Suite tools for organizing, refining, and enjoying your photos.
An important aspect of MobileMe is the way Apple’s online service integrates with its iLife suite of digital lifestyle applications. iWeb, iPhoto, iMovie, and GarageBand become extra powerful when used in conjunction with a MobileMe subscription. In this excerpt from Take Control of MobileMe, Joe Kissell shows you some of the things you can do with iLife and MobileMe.
Give your digital photos a second life as seasonal crafts. You can make these fun projects with your family and even give them as gifts.
Learn a few keyboard shortcuts for working in iPhoto ’08’s thumbnail view
PC World's Dave Johnson focuses on five aspects of Photoshop Lightroom that should interest any serious photographer.
Learn a simple way to keep track of various settings on your Mac, as well as those obscure error messages that may occasionally pop up.
A very simple tip that explains how to move the distortion effect’s position in Photo Booth.
Ted Landau looks at Photoshop file corruption and Mac OS X 10.5.3 as well as troubleshooting tips on trashing your cache in this week’s Bugs & Fixes column.
Path Styler Pro helps you produce high-quality logos and title graphics in either Illustrator or Photoshop with a noticeable ease of use. James Dempsey takes a closer look at the plugin.
As far as digital technology has come, there’s still one thing that digital cameras won’t do: give you perfect color every time. But unfortunately, every digital camera sneaks some kind of color cast into your images. Here’s how to get your color in line.
If you think you’ve seen all Flickr can do, you may be in for a surprise. An abundance of Flickr add-ons and related Web sites make the photo-sharing experience faster, nimbler, and more fun.
Photoshop offers a far greater range of artistic potential than most users realize. However, most Photoshop users don’t get any further than running a single filter on an image.
Rob Griffiths offers power tips on how to speed up iPhoto image burning, borrow a drive from another Mac, navigate iTunes’ Cover Flow, use Preview to create image files and much more.
Your job title may be something like teacher, salesperson, or HR manager, but somehow you end up creating newsletters, brochures, presentations, and Web sites. True, you weren’t trained for these tasks, but just because you’re not a designer doesn’t mean you can’t fake it.