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Best photo editing apps for Mac

Photo editing on a Mac is full of wonderful possibilities, more than what you can get on mobile devices. Here are some of our favorite photo editors for Mac computers.

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Best photo editing apps for iPhone

Why settle for mundane or slightly boring pics when you can spruce them up and make them shine with photo editing?

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How to shoot the perfect selfie (that doesn't suck) on your iPhone

Selfies are part of iPhone culture: Here's how to shoot one that makes you look your best.

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Apple's new artistic workshops aim to make you a better photographer

Apple will hold a small series of workshops at its retail stores in January, aimed at improving customers' artistic skills on the iPhone and iPad. The workshops will include sessions on iPhone photography, along with sketching and painting on the iPad.

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How to create HDR photos with Aurora HDR [ebook excerpt]

Want perfectly-lit holiday photos? You may want to check out MacPhun's Aurora HDR. Friend of iMore and contributor Jeff Carlson recently wrote a book on the app; here's an excerpt.

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Here are our favorite #shotonapplewatch Instagram photos!

You showed us your best #shotonapplewatch photos, and here's our winner!

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How to search pictures and videos in Photos for iPhone and iPad

If you have thousands of photos and videos on your iPhone or iPad, finding a particular one can be a challenge.

Luckily, the built-in Photos app offers some incredibly useful search tools. As long as you can remember where or when a photo or video was taken, the Photos app can help narrow down your search quickly. And if you've tagged Faces in Photos for OS X, you can even search for people, too! As long as you remember something about the picture or video in question, odds are the Photos app can help you track it down.

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Best photo editing apps for iPad

The screen real estate and touch surface of the iPad make it an ideal tool for doing some serious photo editing.

Whether you want to get rid of a skin blemish, blue a sky, add filters, or something else, there are tons of photo editing apps available for iPad. With the help of services like iCloud Photo Library it's easier and more convenient than ever to shoot on your iPhone and start editing instantly on iPad. Depending on what kind of photo editing you need to do, some apps may be better suited for you than others, and that's exactly what we're going to help you figure out.

These are the photo editing apps for iPad we feel are currently the best of the best!

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Best manual camera apps for iPhone

Built-in Camera app on your iPhone just isn't enough? The App Store is full of alternatives to take your photography to new levels!

Whether you just want to take more stunning shots in general, or need to focus on something more specific, like HDR or long exposure photography, there are tons of third party camera apps to choose from. A lot even offer manual controls for things such as exposure and focus. Want more control over file output? You can have that too. No matter what your iPhone photography needs are, there's something for everyone. As with most apps, manual camera apps aren't always one size fits all.

Follow along and we'll help you figure out which manual camera app is the best for you!

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Photos for OS X FAQ: What you need to know!

Our long national iCloud photo-syncing nightmare is over: Photos for OS X, Yosemite's official successor to iPhoto, is now available with OS X 10.10.3. What's changed from iPhoto? What's stayed the same? Read on. You can also check out our super in-depth Photos for OS X Ultimate Guide and iCloud Photo Library Ultimate Guide for more information, how-tos, and walkthroughs.

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