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Apple kicks Aperture (and iPhoto) to the curb; are we ready for Photos?

Apple's plan to kill Aperture (and iPhoto) for Photos will cost it goodwill with Mac-using photography pros

During the WWDC 2014 keynote presentation Apple showed off a new app for OS X Yosemite currently in development called Photos. It won't be out until 2015, but it looks like it's going to replace both iPhoto and Aperture on the Mac. This promises to be a good thing for consumers, but where does this leave professional and prosumer photographers on the Mac?

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Stories and photo filters land on Google+ update

Google has just published an update to the Google+ app on iOS that brings a better photos and sharing experience. New to the Google+ app are features that include Stories and photo filters, features that were recently made available on the Android app update.

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Photos in iOS 8 adds smart suggestions, location matching and new editing tools

As Apple is blazing through the iOS 8 announcements at WWDC 2014, and the latest is a big set of changes to Photos. With the latest version of Photos, all of your pictures and videos are instantly synced across your devices via your iCloud storage. The cross-device syncing extends into editing, including all of the new tools that are coming to the Photos app on iOS.

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Apple unveils new Photos app for Mac

Apple has taken the wraps off a new Photos app for Mac at today's WWDC keynote event. Introduced on-stage by Craig Federighi, the new app is built with iCloud in mind, with a new look to fit with the OS X Yosemite visual style and "buttery smooth" scrolling.

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How to delete, recover, and eradicate pictures and videos in Photos for iPhone and iPad

Not every picture or video you take is going to be one you want to keep — many not even one you want other people to see.

That's why Photos for iOS lets you quickly and easily delete pictures and videos to get them off your iPhone or iPad. If you're using iCloud Photo Library, that'll get rid of the content on all your devices and from Apple's servers. If you're not, it'll free up storage on your device. If you make a mistake, you can recover anything you delete by accident or later regret. If it's the picture or video you made a mistake taking, or later regret, well, you can immediately eradicate that too.

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Imagining iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C: iSight and FaceTime cameras

For several years now, Apple has made the camera a priority on the iPhone. It's one of the world's most popular cameras, and every keynote for the last few years, an entire segment has been devoted to both its optics and its processing. With the upcoming iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c that's not going to change. Apple are masters of using software and hardware not only in tight integration, but in a way that creates far more than the sum of the parts. The iPhone camera is one of the best examples of that. So where can they take it next?

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iOS 7 preview: Photo Streams finally get truly social sharing

While technically part of the new, upcoming Photos app, the iOS 7 update to iCloud's Photo Stream is significant enough that it deserves special mention.

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Cooliris update now pulls in your photos from Evernote, Tumblr and SkyDrive

Cooliris is one of those apps you never knew you needed, until you tried it, and the latest update adds yet more services to its already impressive portfolio. For anyone not familiar, Cooliris pulls in your photos from tons of different sources such as Facebook, Flickr, Instagram, Google, Dropbox, and many more. This latest version adds three more to that list; Evernote, Tumblr and SkyDrive.

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iOS 7 preview: Photos automagically filters your life into collections, moments, and more

Just like its partner, the Camera app, the iOS 7 Photos app is newly objectified, gamified, and... filter-fied?

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DeepSquare Prints by Static Pixels review: Beautiful prints of your Instagram photos on eco-friendly recycled cardboard

In today's digitally driven world, it's easy to take hundreds, even thousands of photos a month to store on our devices and share through social networks, but many of us rarely get physical prints any more. Now you can bring custom prints back into your home and workspaces with DeepSquare Prints by Static Pixels. These eco-friendly photos are printed directly onto recycled cardboard and look amazing considering they don't use high-quality photo paper (that are also ridden with toxic chemicals). Being cardboard, DeepSquare prints are also eye-catching and resemble canvas standouts.

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