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Review: Flickr 2.0 for iOS boosts the brand with elegant viewing and editing

A refreshed, modernized interface optimized for the iPhone 5 has reset the focus on Flickr's iOS app.

Review: ACDSee Pro 2 for Mac photo manager plays catch-up but isn't there yet

ACDSee Pro 2 has a great pedigree, and even though version 2 isn’t everything one might want, it shows a lot of promise.

Do-it-yourself holiday photo gifts make a big impression

Using iPhoto or Photoshop Elements, you can prep your images to appear on anything from handbags to decorative postage stamps.

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Farewell Photoshop: Edit your photos for free

We’re living in a golden age of free photo editing thanks to a wealth of online options.

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How to get your pictures out of Aperture

Getting your images into Aperture is easy; getting them out is easy too, just not as intuitive. Derrick Story walks you through the steps for moving both original and edited photos out of Aperture.

How to rid your close-ups of dust and scratches with Photoshop

If you took your close-up or macro photo under less than ideal conditions, you may need some cleanup later. Here's how to do it in Photoshop and Photoshop Elements.

Get the big picture with iOS 6 panoramas

The new iOS 6 panorama feature can change the look of your slideshows and books, as well as your still images.

Review: Produce high-res GIFs with Echograph for iOS

Echograph is a photography app for the iPad that allows you to make still shots with some moving elements, at high resolutions.

The ultimate iPhoto workflow

From iPhoto to iPad and back to your Mac, here's a photo editing, storage, and transfer workflow to suit your needs. Give it a try.

Get your scanner to work with Photoshop CS6

After 20 years of “scanning into Photoshop,” the latest Macs, OS X, and Photoshop CS6 have made so many changes to their architecture that users of some older scanners now find it impossible to do. Here's what happened and how to deal with the problem.