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.
Since no one is stamping out the selfie anytime soon, you might as well use an app to make that picture look good.
A certain tech giant's cloud note-taking software makes its appearance in this week's Mac app roundup, which also brings you a bit of music, some weather news, and a way to finally wade through that massive collection of photos.
New app turns televisions into interactive photo galleries.
Selfies are taking over the world. There is nowhere to run, nowhere to hide.
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.
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.
Care to import, caption, and print your pictures with those same captions? iPhoto provides a way to do just that.
Pixelmator 3.1 Marble accelerates performance and adds marquee features such as print-on-demand services and the ability to edit 16-bit images.
Hot on the heels of its major version 3 FX release comes 3.1 Marble with under-the-hood enhancements that boost competition with underscore increasing competition with Photoshop.