Sometimes you want an app that can accomplish basic image workflow tasks like resizing and watermarking simply, quickly, and with minimal fuss. That’s where apps like PhotoBulk come in.
Nearly 1 in 10 people who look at your photos are likely to perceive colors differently because of some form of colorblindness. Here’s a way to use Photoshop to simulate how your photos will look to someone who is colorblind.
A rundown of some of the best programs for stitching panoramas, from free and simple to paid and powerful.
Whether you’re trying to make it for magic hour, line up the sun or moon with a landmark, or just want to make sure your subject is shown in the best natural light, smartphone apps that calculate the location of the sun and moon for any location on earth for any date and time can come in very handy.
Here’s a roundup of software that will take your photos and a GPS tracklog and marry them together to geotag your photos.
Lightroom now reigns amongst one-stop image management and image processing apps. But it’s not the only option. Here are some alternatives.
TurboCollage for Mac is a great option for creating photo collages, whether it’s for a photo book, a print, or your Facebook Cover Photo.
If you’ve got CC and CC 2014 versions of your Adobe Creative Cloud apps installed, here’s how to remove the unwanted versions.
If you’re posting images on the web there are very good reasons to keep the files as small as possible. ImageOptim makes images smaller without sacrificing quality.
A guide to using ZIP and LZW compression for TIFF images, along with real-world examples.
PropEdit is a free application for setting file permissions that combines the power of the command line and the simplicity of a user interface.
What if you want to be sure to get a shot of the sunset over a mountain range or the full moon with the Eiffel Tower? The Photographer’s Ephemeris helps with that.
Cameras » How to choose the application that opens when you insert a memory card or attach a camera to your Mac.
Ever wondered how to take screenshots of your iPhone or iTouch? It’s actually incredibly easy. No fancy software, emulators, or coding required. It’s a feature built into iPhone OS by default.
FileChute for Mac OS X makes it easy to send large, oversized attachments to email recipients by automatically packaging and uploading the files to your server and generating the download link you can insert into your email.
Take the guesswork out of resizing images for Alamy by using Mac OSX’s Automator.
When Lightroom exports your images, it takes an all-or-nothing approach to embedding metadata. But the Metadata Wrangler plugin is a very handy tool for adding fine-grained controls right into Lightroom’s export function.