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Training company Infinite Skills has released an app for the iPad that offers more than 13 hours of professional training in Adobe Photoshop CS5.
It's a supersized edition of the remainders as we tackle the latest rumored developments in Apple's deal with labels and publishers over a cloud music service, Google's possible entry into the mobile payment field, and Apple's latest patent haul.
For all the work camera companies have put into making their cameras as easy to use as possible, it's easy to get quickly overwhelmed by all the possibilities. Enter Macworld's Digital Photography Superguide, to help you solve all your photographic needs.
On Tuesday, Apple issued the ProKit 7.0 patch to fix issues within many of its pro and consumer level creative apps.
Apple has released an update to Digital Camera RAW that adds support for five new cameras.
Apple on Wednesday released an update for iPhoto '11 that fixes an issue related to improperly merged events.
Carousel, a new app from Mobelux, is a desktop Instagram client that lets you browse, comment on, and copy pictures from the popular iOS photo-sharing service.
Adobe recently announced three new Adobe apps for iPad that can control or interact with Photoshop CS5 in a variety of intriguing ways. On Tuesday, those apps were released in the App Store.
The new Direct Mode feature of the Wi-Fi connected Eye-Fi memory cards makes your digital camera and your iOS devices best buddies, Jason Snell says.
Comic Life, the software for turning your photographs into comics, is now available for the iPad.
Updates to Adobe's Lightroom and Camera Raw software add raw compatibility for 13 new cameras, tethering support for three DSLRs, and fix a number of minor bugs.
On Tuesday, Apple released the latest update to iPhoto 9--aka iPhoto '11. iPhoto 9.1.2 adds new card themes to the app, as well as provides the obligatory improvements in "overall stability" and addresses a number of other minor issues.
A new full-featured photo organizer for the iPad gives professional photographers one more reason to leave their MacBooks at home. You can import and organize your photos with Photosmith on-the-go, then sync all your work to Adobe's Lightroom client on your Mac or PC when you get home.
Viddy is a new video shooting, sharing, and social networking app for iPhone. Its developers were clearly inspired by Instagram, a popular app that offers similar features, but only for photos.
A new iOS photo app from Microsoft makes taking 360-degree panoramas easy as pie.