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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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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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You can view your iCloud Photo Library while offline. Here's how!

Even if you don't have internet access on your Mac or iOS device, you can still access and manage your photos.

Photos for OS X and iOS let you sync your library to iCloud, so that you can have thousands of photos at your beck and call without having to store them locally on your machine or device. But what about when you don't have Wi-Fi or cellular data readily accessible?

Never fear: Whether you're stuck on a plane, in a tunnel, or simply want to show off photos when you don't have internet access, here's how you can still view and manage your iCloud Photo Library images.

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Best photo editing apps for iPhone

Looking for the best iPhone apps to help you edit and tweak your photos to perfection?

As the cameras in our iPhones get better and better, so do the editing tools that are available to us on the App Store. From making a photo brighter to adding a blur effect and even spot healing, great photo editing apps are leaving less of a need for traditional desktop editing software. An iPhone paired with some great photo editing apps let you instantly share your photos seconds after you snap them. These are currently the ones we think serious iPhone photographers should have in their toolkit!

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Submissions now open for iPhone Photography Awards 2015, get your entry in before March 31

The annual iPhone Photography Awards is now accepting submissions from now until March 31, with prizes such as the Apple Watch Sport up for grabs.

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Our favorite photography accessories for iPhone

If you want to take your iPhone photography to the next level, there's lot of accessories out there to help you do just that.

As iPhone optics and the software behind them get better and better, it's becoming easier than ever to leave our DSLRs and point and shoot cameras at home. Whether you want to stabilize your shots, add some beefier lens options, or take better selfies, here are some of the iPhone photography accessories we're using around iMore!

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VSCO Cam 4.1 introduces Copy + Paste batch photo editing

For its latest major release, popular camera app VSCO Cam has added batch photo editing, an undo edit button and performance improvements. The new batch editing feature, aka Copy + Paste, lets you make a complex set of edits to just one photo, then copy that set of edits and apply it to other photos you've taken already. It's kind of like an edit preset, but made to be used on a shorter-term basis, and it should really cut down on editing large sets of photos.

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How to shoot great sports photography on your iPhone

You may not have a telephoto lens, but you can still take great sports photography with your iPhone — it's all about knowing the right tricks.

In addition to skating with Boston, I coach a couple of roller derby teams. One of the most important tools for me, as a coach, has become my iPhone: Taking video of practices and drills; breaking down skater stance in photographs; making notes for future strategy adjustments.

As a result, I've spent a lot of time using my iPhone as a sports camera, and I'm repeatedly surprised at just how well it does. Here are some of the tips I use to make sure I get good photos and videos of practices and games; whether you're shooting roller skating or another sport, hopefully they can help you out, too.

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Apple's 'Shot on iPhone 6' campaign takes to billboards around the world

As part of its World Gallery campaign that launched yesterday, Apple has started erecting billboards and posters around the world featuring photos shot on the iPhone 6.

Now a number of Twitter users have taken to the micro-blogging service with pictures that show off some of the billboards and advertisements, which boldly feature the text "Shot on iPhone 6."

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