Adobe has made public a beta of Photoshop Express, a Web-based service that brings photo editing to your Web browser.
Our latest ebook looks in depth at Apple's iWeb '08 - check it out if you've been confused by iWeb's features or unhappy with your results.
Photoshop Elements 6 provides full-featured photo-editing for those who want more than iPhoto but who aren't up to learning the complexities of Photoshop.
We mistakenly identified the narrator of an Aperture 2.0.1 instruction video as Victoria, one of the voices available in Mac OS X's text-to-speech options. Apple's Sal Soghoian introduces us to the real voice, Lucy, and shows how to automate the use of text-to-speech voices in presentations.
In addition to providing the usual complement of bug fixes and performance enhancements typical of a maintenance update, Aperture 2.0.1 adds enhanced AppleScript functionality to the professional photo organizer and editor.
iPhoto 7.1.3 addresses issues with wire-bound books and cards, and will hopefully help keep iPhoto out of therapy.
Aperture 2 is now available, bringing plenty of new features and performance improvements to Apple's digital photo management and editing application.
Version 1.2.3 of FontExplorer adds Leopard compatibility, and fixes problems introduced by Mac OS X 10.5.2.
Six years after releasing iPhoto, Apple has finally made it possible for users in Australia and New Zealand to purchase books, cards, calendars, and prints.
If you didn't win a copy of Sound Studio 3 in last week's DealBITS drawing, you can still pick up a copy at 20 percent off... until 20-Feb-08.
If you work with audio, don't miss your chance to win a copy of Sound Studio 3 from Freeverse!
Using iChat or Skype for video chats or remote presentations can be awkward in that you can't look into the camera and see the person on the other end at the same time. Until Apple's patented solution to this problem materializes, you can get partway there with a simple gadget called See Eye 2 Eye.
Wouldn't it be cool if all those CDs containing demo software that are given away at trade shows could automatically ensure that their contents were always up to date? Rogue Amoeba has figured out how to make it happen.
If you've been frustrated by the lack of decent text formatting capabilities for cards and books in iPhoto, read on for the secret to full control over your text.
iPhoto calendars make great gifts, but making slightly different versions with different date ranges and events can be tricky. Adam Engst shares some techniques for working around problems in iPhoto.