Don't-Miss Photography Software Stories
Organizer helps keep your iCloud Photo Library tidy by enabling date, time, and location data adjustments not possible with Apple Photos on iOS.
This iOS can help if your iOS photo libraries are small. But with big libraries, you're better off with old-fashioned manual curation.
Photos for OS X is a big leap forward from iPhoto, but it's missing several transition and regular-usage features that PowerPhotos brings to the table.
The App Store is teeming with apps for shutterbugs, and filtering through all of them can be harder than capturing a clear photo of Bigfoot. So we put the best, most buzzed-about camera apps to the test.
If Apple's Photos app is too elementary for you, Capture One Pro could work, if you can sacrifice some organizational tools.
Turns average photos into colorful, high-quality collages that can be printed or shared with ease.
Adobe's photo organizer makes easy work of HDR and panoramas, recognizes faces, and takes better advantage of your computer's GPU.
Photos arrives with OS X 10.10.3, but should you use it? Jeff Carlson unwraps the new app and Apple's iCloud Photo Library feature.
Nestled between iPhoto and Lightroom, newcomer Mylio wants to take the pain out of collecting and organizing your zillions of photos.
Pixelmator makes for a wonderfully creative distraction that you’ll be itching to work with.
Creativity, selection refinement, and content-aware fill are the highlights in Adobe's new consumer-level editor.