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Sharing photos with a limited group of friends and family is a snap with iOS 6's Shared Photo Streams. Dan Moren shows you how.
Basic adjustments in Aperture 3.4 will clean up 90 percent of your images.
Using iPhoto or Photoshop Elements, you can prep your images to appear on anything from handbags to decorative postage stamps.
Use Adobe Photoshop Elements or Apple iPhoto for personalized holiday greeting cards and calendars.
Two easy and fun ways to put together a simple newsletter for friends and family
Unsure on some of the details regarding sharing photo streams? Chris Breen streams those details from his brain to yours.
Getting your images into Aperture is easy; getting them out is easy too, just not as intuitive. Derrick Story walks you through the steps for moving both original and edited photos out of Aperture.
If you took your close-up or macro photo under less than ideal conditions, you may need some cleanup later. Here's how to do it in Photoshop and Photoshop Elements.
The new iOS 6 panorama feature can change the look of your slideshows and books, as well as your still images.
The new iPad's Retina display is stunning for photo exhibition. Photographer Derrick Story offers some tips to getting your photos ready for viewing.
Confused about how to manage photos on an iPad? Chris Breen offers some tips for using the Photos app as well as suggests a more capable alternative.
Here's a creative way to make a fun movie out of still images.
Classic black and white effect can add a touch of timelessness to your photos, or you can use it to show off dramatic shadows and color contrasts.