Expand Apple's Photos for Mac OS X software with editing extensions that add new photo-enhancement capabilities.
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Learn how to use the Flickr app for iOS and Android to shoot and enhance photos, share them, and explore photos taken by other community members.
Get a guided tour of the popular photo-sharing site Flickr, from posting and organizing photos and videos to participating in the Flickr community through contacts, comments, and groups.
Learn to manage and enhance photos and set up tethered shooting with Capture One Pro 9.
Get the most out of Apple's Photos for OS X software and its features for managing, enhancing, and sharing photos.
Learn how to use the Dropbox cloud-storage service to access images on the go and back up important work, and use the companion app Carousel to share image galleries with clients.
Travel to Cuba with photographer and educator Derrick Story to sample its people, places, and culture.
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.
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.
A practical guide to recovering photos that were accidentally deleted from a camera's memory card or restoring photos from a damaged memory card, with tips on avoiding problems in the future.
Photographer Derrick Story shows how to back up and store your mobile photos and videos easily and automatically.
Photographer, journalist, and educator Derrick Story shares insights on staying current—with technology, with the changing photographic business climate, and much more.
Learn how to take great contemporary senior portraits both indoors and out—and how to make some money at it.
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.
Explore the basics of Flickr, from posting, organizing, and editing photos to participating in the Flickr community.
Learn how to combine the simplicity of iPhoto with the power of Aperture and get the best of both worlds.
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.
Covers the concepts and techniques behind efficient photo management and backup, which becomes increasingly important as a photo collection grows.
Demonstrates the art of shooting timeless group shots.
Shows how to get dramatic lighting results by using just one or two detached strobes that are triggered remotely by a digital SLR.
Reveals the secrets to getting fantastic shots from compact cameras.
Shows how to capture stunning portraits, even when the main lighting comes from behind the subject.
Shows photographers how to use fill flash to take great shots in any kind of lighting.
Shows how to capture beautiful, illuminated portraits with natural daylight, and shares tricks for getting great shots even when the light is not so good.
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.
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