Don't-Miss Photography software Stories
Earlier this week, Macworld unveiled the winners of its 27th annual Editors' Choice Awards. In this podcast, we explain the reasoning behind some of our Eddy selections.
Apple's native iMovie app for iOS devices has new competition from HighlightCam Social, a new offering that lets users edit video and share it to social networks.
Alien Skin's new version of its photo enlargement plug-in is easier to use and costs $50 less.
Carousel, a photo editing and sharing app from Adobe for iOS devices and the Mac, is now available to download from the iOS and Mac App Stores.
Designed for Lion, the new version of Pixelmator edges closer to the Photoshop realm.
Good High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography can be breathtaking. We take a look at some apps available in the App Store that will make your photos HDR.
Given the iPhone's popularity as a camera, it's no surprise that Apple would look to boost the photography features contained in its mobile OS. But what's new in the Camera and Photo apps with iOS 5? Jason Snell has the answers.
You can now make the same kinds of cards you know and love from iPhoto on your iOS device, thanks to the new Cards app, announced at Apple's Let’s Talk iPhone event on Tuesday.
Camera Plus Pro 4.0 gets live filters for photo and video capture, Smooth Video Zoom (a shake-free zoom feature), increased capture speed, and more.
Version 2.0 of the popular filtered photo sharing app Instagram adds new effects, live filters, and higher-resolution photos.
Photoshop and Premiere Elements a get an upgrade with an added online subscription option.
Macworld has Introduced three additional newsletters, targeted at creative, business, and digital photography enthusiasts.
Photo software lets you view, browse, edit, and share your photo collection without manual syncing or storage.