Don't-Miss Photography software Stories
If photos aren't showing up in the order you want on your phone, here's a way to force the issue.
Instead of having photos scattered across different photo sharing or social networking sites, start a collaborative album online to collect images from all the shutterbugs who were at one event.
Want to delete some, but not all, of the photos you have on your iPhone? The secret is to use Image Capture.
There are plenty of tools that will help you with time-lapse photography on your Mac, but only one comes bundled with the Mac OS -- Automator.
Use iPhoto's book-creation templates to combine your photographs with journal-length text descriptions for the perfect holiday gift.
Identifying faces in iPhoto can be tedious with a large library of images. But by using a simple click and drag you can make the job easier.
You can use finger gestures on one of Apple's new trackpads to crop and straighten photos in iLife's photo editor.
Shooting scenic photos is an art in itself, but placing them into a panorama requires some simple software know-how. Chris McVeigh walks you through the process of creating a gorgeous pano.
For the last couple of years, self-described video nerd Mike Curtis has been developing his technique for shooting HDR time-lapse video with a digital still camera. He shares his secrets with Macworld.
Don't waste time scrolling through thousands of thumbnails in iPhoto. Instead, quickly locate the best shots in your library by organizing them with star ratings.
As enjoyable as it can be to add fun edits to your images, being able to easily manage and share your work is an important way to complete the experience of dealing with your photos and videos. The three reasonably priced applications I discuss here will help keep your work organized and ready to be shared online.
Photos that have been deleted from your camera after a failed import can be found in a hidden folder.
Looking for a better way to send out those holiday photo e-mails? Our Automator Workflow of the Month gives you more control over image size when you send e-mails from iPhoto '11.