Brightening pearly whites in a photo is really quite easy.
You don't even need to open the Photos app on your Mac to add new photos to your library.
From mastering the new adjustment sliders to editing slow-mo video, we uncover some powerful tips for the new Photos for OS X.
Apple's free, light video player has some capabilities Photos and iPhoto lack: recording videos, making simple edits, even recording your iPhone or iPad's screen.
Give your car, cabinets, or hair a fresh coat of paint with the magic of Photoshop and Photoshop Elements.
A portable, USB-powered scanner doesn't take up a lot of room, but can make a huge difference for all kinds of projects.
Lightroom doesn't move your photos, only storing information about them and your edits to them. Here's how to be sure you're backing up the right files, including the catalog and your presets.
Stealing images for your blog post or website is not only rude and illegal, but also totally unnecessary.
Don't just stand there. Simulate some motion blur to make your photos more visually interesting.
If you aren't running Yosemite, or you just don't want to switch to Photos yet, here are some reasons to stick with iPhoto.
Yes, Illustrator is better for this job. But Word, Pages, and even TextEdit will let you design an all-text logo just fine.
See a great font in a logo, on a sign, on the Web, in a book? Finding its name is easier than you might think.
Pushing your photos through text is an easy way to create a personalized gift.
Keep the keepers, flag the best, and trash the rest with Lesa Snider's simple system for keeping your photo library under control.
DIY cards can still look professional, especially if you follow Lesa Snider's tips on everything from artwork to typography.