Don't-Miss Photography Software Stories
Adobe Photoshop and Premiere Elements 14 are here and they've got a bunch of tweaks, including 4K video support.
Adobe is rolling out updates to all 15 Creative Cloud desktop apps, plus new mobile apps, and tools to tie everything together.
Google spins out the best parts of Google+ into new stand-alone app.
If you're still manually organizing your photos into albums, it's time to check out smart albums.
If you're not using Flickr's free terabyte of photo storage, will a slicker design and new features sway you?
From mastering the new adjustment sliders to editing slow-mo video, we uncover some powerful tips for the new Photos for OS X.
Glenn and Susie are joined by special guests Joe Kissell and Jeff Carlson to talk about Photos, iCloud Photo Library, and how it fits into our post-iPhoto-and-Aperture lives.
Photos for OS X is 1.0 software, but you can go from newbie to power user with these helpful tips from Jason Snell.
Why do your friends’ selfies look so #flawless? Because they’re using these apps.
This major Yosemite update ushers in the highly anticipated Photos app, a new "look up" panel with Spotlight suggestions, more than 300 new emoji, and more.
This new iOS app has everything you want from a desktop photo editor on your iPhone.
If you aren't running Yosemite, or you just don't want to switch to Photos yet, here are some reasons to stick with iPhoto.
Registered beta users don't have to wait to test drive Yosemite's new features.
Adobe will celebrate the first week Photoshop shipped for Macs with an Oscar night commercial.
If your Camera Roll is a hot mess, try using a photo organizing app (or two... or three) to help you weed out the bad seeds.