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Geotagging the easy way with Aperture 3.5

There are three major ways to add geolocation information to your photos in Aperture.

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The Week in iOS Accessories: Pretty Poppy

This week's roundup of iOS accessories includes items to help you make and see 3D photos, devices that let you make international calls, and gear that makes sure you have power when you need it.

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Pixelmator 3.1 Marble review: New tools, expanded capabilities nudge photo-editing app into pro arena

Pixelmator 3.1 Marble accelerates performance and adds marquee features such as print-on-demand services and the ability to edit 16-bit images.

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Hands-on with WerYoo: Free social networking photo app maps your moves

New GPS-based iPhone app lets you shoot, share immediately, and precisely map your location.

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New Pixelmator update targets the Mac Pro

Hot on the heels of its major version 3 FX release comes 3.1 Marble with under-the-hood enhancements that boost competition with underscore increasing competition with Photoshop.

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CameraBag 2.5 review: Mac app helps you take your best shot

This app is like having 100 years worth of cameras in your pocket.

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How to use Wi-Fi for an expert photo workflow

The best of hardware and software combinations provide an integrated environment for more efficient field work.

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Luxi review: Let your iPhone double as your camera's light meter

iPhone light meter app does what standard gadgets can do in calibrating the light on your subject to suggest the best settings for your shot.

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Portrait retouching in five easy steps

How to use Aperture to create alluring photos of friends and family.

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Tadaa SLR review: iPhone app facilitates your focus after the fact

Use this app to adjust the focus point of your iPhone photos after you shoot them.

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