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Whether you use an iPhone, an iPad, or both, see how to get the most out of the enhanced camera, photo management, and photo editing features in iOS 9.
Learn how to create beautiful photo cards, calendars, and books using Apple's Photos for OS X software.
Learn how to use the Photos for OS X app to fix exposure and color problems, create dramatic black-and-white images, and more.
Get up to speed with Apple's Photos software for OS X Yosemite. Learn to convert Aperture and iPhoto libraries and use all of the Photos editing and sharing features.
Shoot and edit photography with your iPhone or iPad? See how to get the most out of the enhanced camera, photo-management, and photo-editing features in iOS 8.
Offers an in-depth tour of iPhoto '11, demonstrating its various features for organizing, editing, and sharing images.
Learn how to manage, enhance, and share your photos with iPhoto.
Learn to enhance, share, and even print your iPhone photos using Apple's free iPhoto software.
Get the most out of one of the best camera phones in the world, the iPhone 5s.
Make your product shots look their best (and most accurate) with these image-enhancing techniques in Aperture.
Learn how to retouch portraits and make your subjects look their best with Aperture.
Get on-location tips and post-production techniques to speed up time and create compelling visual effects with time-lapse photography.
Watch artist Joseph Linaschke explain the creation of his gallery hanging of large black-and-white prints on metal and discuss the many challenges he faced along the way.
Learn how to combine the simplicity of iPhoto with the power of Aperture and get the best of both worlds.
Get up to speed on the many changes between Aperture versions 3.0 and 3.3/3.4.
Discover how to improve your photos using iPhoto. Enhancing Photos with iPhoto, with Rich Harrington, shows how to crop and straighten photos, remove red eye, retouch blemishes, remove noise, add special effects, and improve exposure, color, and contrast.
Discover how to use iPhoto to create photo books.
Covers the entire photographic workflow in Aperture, from import to enhancement to output, plus special 3.3 features like Retina display support and iPhoto integration.
Shows how to use Apple Aperture to quickly and efficiently create a slideshow to impress any audience.
Covers the concepts and techniques behind efficient photo management and backup, which becomes increasingly important as a photo collection grows.
Reveals how to make an iPhoto library easily searchable using the new automated facial recognition technology.
Designed for those shooting high-definition video with the Canon 5D Mark II and creating a finished product using Final Cut Pro.
Shows how photographers can make their image organization, retouching, and presentation routines more fun and efficient.
Explore the powerful and easy-to-use photo management tools in Apple's Aperture 2.
How to use iPhoto to manage photos, including burning CDs, editing, duplicating, and organizing.
Shows professional and amateur photographers how to take advantage of Aperture's advanced photo management tools.
Concentrates on Aperture's range of capabilities, including downloading selected images and accessing and understanding raw photo details.
Take advantage of all the tools and features in iPhoto 6, including integration with iWeb.
Tons of useful tips on managing a photo library, editing pictures, and sharing photos with friends and family.
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