This blogger, amateur photographer, and family-memory archivist shares a few tips about how to keep your photos safe and organized.
The company shutters the app for greeting card creation and delivery two years after its introduction with the iPhone 4S.
Apple pulled the plug on Aperture in June. Now Adobe offers a way to slurp photos into its competing Lightroom software.
After a course correction in the newest Lightroom version, people who cancel Creative Cloud subscriptions still will be able to manage, print, and export photos.
For owners of new iOS devices, Apple's photo-editing software can handle high-end camera files. It's got some new features, too, and works on newer iPod Touches.
If you'd rather not open iPhoto to access photos in your Photo Stream on a Mac, you're going to want to read this.
In celebration of 30 years of the Mac, Apple has put together a collection of applications which "capture the spirit of what makes the platform extraordinary."
Which gadget geeks up Grant Imahara's living room? Which smartphone has sci-fi author John Scalzi buzzing? What's Seth Green so excited about? Crave's Bonnie Burton checks in with a dozen-plus geeky celebs.
A Ukrainian startup launches an online service that lets people converse as they peruse a photo gallery together.
Apple may have discontinued its Cards app, but there are other ways to turn your snapshots into printed, stamped, and mailed greetings.