• iPhoto
    Getting Started With Photos for OS XPreview
    Apple's new Photos app replaces both iPhoto and Aperture. In this tutorial I’ll show you how to get started, how to make simple edits to images and how to share them on social media.Read More…
  • iPhoto
    How to Order Photographic Prints From iPhotoIphoto
    Digital technology allows the taking of countless photographs for little or no cost; a stark contrast to the expensive, film-based photography of just a couple of decades ago. Yet photos are printed less often than in the past. It's still possible and, in this tutorial, I'll show you how to have chosen photos printed professionally and delivered to your door.Read More…
  • OS X
    Quick Tip: Viewing Photo Stream Photos Outside of iPhotoPhotostream400
    Photo Stream is a fantastic service that synchronises photos taken on your iDevice with all of your other Apple devices. It does this automatically, over the internet and without you having to do anything. There is something quite magical about being able to snap a charming photo of your niece covered in cake and, by the time you have walked over to your Mac, the photo will be sitting there ready for you to edit, share or do whatever you want with it. The only problem here is that you would have to pop into iPhoto if you wanted to see the image. I actually really enjoy iPhoto and think it is a great piece of software to manage my photos. Yet it is not the quickest app to launch, and many find that it simply takes too much effort to launch and locate the correct part of the app, just to see one photo. In this tutorial I will show you how you can get a folder showing your Photo Stream and avoid touching iPhoto at all, providing you have Mac OS X 10.7.2 or later.Read More…
  • Media
    How to Move Your iTunes, iPhoto or Aperture Library to an External DriveExt icon
    As Apple moves towards solid state drives for their portable range, users are having to be more frugal with their storage requirements. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to keep your large media libraries on an external drive and keep your portable Mac from filling up!Read More…
  • App Training
    A Beginner's Guide To iPhotoIphoto 200
    iPhoto is a great program that comes preloaded on your mac, You can use it to organize, store, and even edit your photos, but did you know that iPhoto can also order prints, make greeting cards, build albums and even perform automatic face detection? We'll be looking at all that and more in this guide to the iPhoto basics.Read More…