InstaBackup is a handy utility that's well suited to Instagram power-users who want to back up their favorite lo-fi photos, or those who simply want a quick pain-free way to transfer their Instagram photos to their Mac.
Aperture 3.3 is more than a simple dot upgrade. It features new Retina display support for the new MacBook Pro 15-inch laptop, a substantial performance boost, and a unified library structure for both iPhoto and Aperture.
Bronson Watermarker fills a small--but vital--niche for those who need to create watermarked PDFs and images. You can even export your files as a single image to make sure that someone can't strip the watermark from your PDF.
Kodak Gallery customers will have their photos transferred on July 2 to a free Shutterfly account. That transition won't require much input from Kodak Gallery customers, but there are a few features you should take advantage of before there's no turning back. Our colleagues at TechHive show you how.
Classic black and white effect can add a touch of timelessness to your photos, or you can use it to show off dramatic shadows and color contrasts.
Apple updates photo management app for Retina display and adds interoperability with iPhoto
Facebook Camera looks a heck of a lot like Instagram. But it's seemingly aimed at a different crowd. Here's our hands-on.
As a gift to our Macworld subscribers, we've created the Macworld Power Guides, a set of five short ebooks on a variety of topics. They're now available for Insiders to download for free.
The Mac App Store already has quite a few photo editing and cataloging software options, but on Thursday it gained one more: Lightroom 4. The app is Adobe's first heavyweight entry in Apple's store; previously, the company sold only its simpler, more compact line of programs.