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Now Available: Second Edition of Take Control of Your Digital Photos on a Mac

I’m happy to announce that the big second edition of my ebook Take Control of Your Digital Photos on a Mac is now available! The first edition came out two years ago, and in that time a lot has changed for Mac-owning photographers. The biggest shift for many people was Apple discontinuing iPhoto and Aperture, ...

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Photoshop Elements 14 or Photoshop CC?

Adobe released Photoshop Elements 14 this week, and over at Lynda.com I help to answer the question: Which Do You Need? Photoshop Elements vs. Photoshop CC A lot of people think they need “Photoshop” to edit images, but Photoshop CC is usually overkill for their needs. The advantage of Photoshop Elements is that it uses ...

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Take Control of Your Digital Photos Now at Apple and Amazon

The initial response to my latest book, Take Control of Your Digital Photos on a Mac, has been wonderful. Now I’m happy to see that the ebook is available from Apple’s iBooks Store and also from Amazon for the Kindle. When you buy from Take Control directly, you get versions that can be easily imported ...

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Announcing: Ebook of Take Control of Your Digital Photos on a Mac

It’s a new book! I’m excited to announce that Take Control of Your Digital Photos on a Mac is now available as a standalone ebook. Although this was always destined to be a Take Control ebook, we turned it into a (highly successful) experiment. As I finished each chapter, we published it at TidBITS, with ...

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Announcing: Ebook of Take Control of Your Digital Photos on a Mac

It’s a book! I’m excited to announce that Take Control of Your Digital Photos on a Mac is now available as a standalone ebook. Although this was always destined to be a Take Control ebook, we turned it into a (highly successful) experiment. As I finished each chapter, we published it at TidBITS, with everything ...

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Chapter 5 of Take Control of Your Digital Photos Now Up

In the latest chapter of my book, which we’re serializing at TidBITS, I encourage you to be judgmental during the review of your imported photos: “Judge Your Photos.” That means scrutinizing them with specific quality levels in mind. Sure, it’s easy enough to say one photo is okay and another isn’t so hot, but where ...

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I talk about iPhoto on the latest Macworld podcast

http://www.macworld.com/article/2038751/creative-cloud-and-iphoto-improvements.html