1. App Guide
    Review: Radar for iPhone

    Radar by Tiny Pictures is a combination online photo-sharing tool and social community. Like most social networks, you can “friend” people on...

  2. Reviews
    New: Sony’s Party-shot snaps pictures for you

    Auto focus, auto flash, scene selection and even smile detection. Today's cameras have automated just about everything involved in snapping a picture...

  3. Help
    Use Preview in 10.5 to invert colours

    If you ever need to invert the colours in an image, you probably do so in your usual image editing application. If that program is Photoshop, and...

  4. Blogs
    Why my digital photo frame stays dark

    I own a digital photo frame that collects dust. In the year since I received it as a gift, I've probably used it on maybe a dozen occasions. At...

  5. Help
    How to: Add motion blur to your photos

    With stunningly fast shutter speeds, today’s cameras can stop almost any motion. But some subjects—such as race cars and babbling brooks—become...

  6. Help
    Back up iPhoto’s Faces database

    Using the Faces feature in iPhoto ’09 to assign names to the people in your photos can take a good bit of time. And one small glitch...

  7. Blogs
    Sizing up smartphone cameras

    I’m something of a grumpy old man when it comes to camera phones—for years, I’ve resisted them, complaining that I just didn’t see the point....

  8. Reviews
    Mac Gems: Flickery makes uploading photos to Flickr easy

    If users of the popular photo-sharing service Flickr have one complaint, it’s that the image uploader on the Flickr Web site is horribly inconvenient...

  9. News
    Review: PhotoForge for iPhone: Like Photoshop in your pocket

    Ever since the iPhone came out, I’ve been dreaming of a mobile Photoshop app. This hasn’t happened—yet—but GhostBird Software has managed...

  10. News
    Google Images adds usage rights filters

    Google Images, formerly Google Image Search, has added new functionality that lets you find photos licensed for third-party use free of charge,...

  11. Help
    Create Events-based iPhoto albums featuring specific people

    If you use iPhoto ’09 and its Events organisational feature in a true events manner—separating your photos by actual event—then you may have stumbled...

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    Review: PhotoMarkr for iPhone

    If you like to share photos on the Internet, what’s to stop anyone who comes across them to grab copies and claim them as his or her own? The...

  13. Reviews
    Update: Cooliris even cooler

    Cooliris, the visually-enthralling free browser plug-in that allows you to navigate through online photos and video via a 3-D image wall, has...

  14. Reviews
    Mac Gems: Cooliris helps showcase photos and videos

    Scrolling and clicking on Next links through tons of Web pages is not how I want to hunt down an elusive video or photo. Thankfully, there’s...

  15. Help
    Using iPhoto’s Places without a GPS-enabled camera

    iPhoto ’09’s Places feature lets you organise and view photos by location. If you’ve got a newer higher-end digital camera, it may make this...

  16. Reviews
    Mac Gems: iLovePhotos uses face detection to sort photos

    Chances are you’ve probably heard about the Faces feature in iPhoto ‘09 that makes it quick and easy to find all photos of a particular someone in...

  17. Reviews
    Mac Gems: ViewIt helps sort your camera’s photos

    If you’re a photographer or just plain snapshot-happy, you’ve no doubt experienced the dread of sorting through tons of photos, deciding which...

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