Adobe successfully reimagines Lightroom for touch, but the app has much room to grow, both in features and in resolving first version hiccups.
iPhoto is an excellent tool for basic photo management and editing, but if your library's growing too big to handle or you need advanced editing options, it might be time to look into alternatives.
Adobe's pro photography editing software has come to the iPad: Take an in-depth tour of its features with Macworld contributor and photographer Jeff Carlson.
Because selfies aren’t going anywhere anytime soon.
Convert your so-so color images into stunning black and white photos with this tutorial from Macworld contributor Theano Nikitas.
PicFrame for Mac may not have the bells and whistles of fancier photo-collage apps, but its tools are perfect if you just want a quick collection for an email message, Facebook post, or tweet.
There's a way to bring those meetings you can't avoid to order in this week's Mac App roundup, alongside other great pieces of software that help you organize your business, crop your pictures, and keep your remote connections safe, secure, and looking great.
If you don't want all the extra bells and whistles of iPhoto and Aperture, MyPhotostream will let you just view the photos in your Photo Stream.
Pixelmator 3.1 Marble accelerates performance and adds marquee features such as print-on-demand services and the ability to edit 16-bit images.
This app is like having 100 years worth of cameras in your pocket.