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If you're in a rush to capture, convert, and send images from your digital camera, this workflow is a lifesaver.
Ted Landau likes iPhoto for iOS a lot, but finds some issues with its Journals feature.
Adding a grungy, weathered look to your illustrations and photos takes a bit of doing, but the results are well worth the effort. Chris McVeigh walks us through two ways to accomplish this effect.
If your Mac's storage space is dwindling for no apparent reason, a hidden iPod Photo cache folder may be the culprit. Use Automator to keep it trim.
Here are some smart ways to share your photographs with others, whether you want to create large private galleries or instantly share from your iOS device.
If Photo Booth power users used to be uncommon, we're about to fix that.
Use iPhoto's book-creation templates to combine your photographs with journal-length text descriptions for the perfect holiday gift.
Buying, writing, and finally getting to the post office to send holiday cards to faraway friends and family can take a good chunk of time. With these iOS apps you can create and send cards in no time, and while on the go.
Once photographers upgrade to Aperture, they don’t spend much time with iPhoto. This reservoir system for Photo Stream brings iPhoto back in to the photography workflow.
It's the most wonderful time of the year. That's right, holiday card season! We take a look at five user-friendly options that make it easy to create and send photo cards to your loved ones.
In iPhoto, you can categorize images using keywords, geolocation, face recognition, star ranking, and more; we'll walk you through each of these features and hand out some great advanced tips to make the application work for you.