The improved hardware in the just-released iPad Pro models, plus software improvements in iOS 10 and the upcoming iOS 11, make the iPad Pro (mostly) fullfill the potential of the iPad as a true photographer’s companion.
Full-featured toolkit with non-destructive editing for pro photographers.
The improvements cement Pixelmator's position as the top affordable alternative to Photoshop.
The Apple Watch is unlikely to follow an iPhone-like sales trajectory—it looks like we have another iPad on our hands instead.
The iPad Pro pushes the boundaries of tablets in interesting ways as a general-purpose laptop replacement, but how does it change the photography game?
Apple Photos isn't just about organizing your pictures. You can enhance its capabilities with an extension that will let you tweak you pictures so they look their best.
When you have to use a high ISO value, you increase the amount of noise in a photo. MacPhun's software can help.
Beneath that user-friendly surface, you'll find a set of image-editing tools to help your photos look their best.
If Apple's Photos app is too elementary for you, Capture One Pro could work, if you can sacrifice some organizational tools.
Articles by Jeff Carlson