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TWiP Apps 10: PhotoCard; Your Photos, Delivered

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July 27, 2016 - 8:00am

Today’s episode features a very special guest. It’s not every day that you get to sit down with one of the original developers of the Mac. The man who once wrote Quickdraw, MacPaint and Hypercard is now an avid photographer and app developer passionate about putting amazing quality prints in your hands, and the hands of your loved ones. PhotoCard is a simple app with a legendary back end — Bill Atkinson himself.

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Finding Your Camera-generated Panoramic Photos in Lightroom

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July 18, 2016 - 12:00pm

If you've shot in-camera panoramas before with your digital camera, and then tried to find them in Lightroom amongst hundreds or thousands of other photos, you may have had a hard time locating them since Lightroom lacks any kind of pixel-dimension search capability. Fortunately, I found a way!

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TWiP Apps 09: PhotoExtension; Extending Photos Back to the Basics

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July 13, 2016 - 8:00am

For all dynamic, colorful, exciting, and even sexy photo apps that you can put on your iOS device today, one thing is consistently lacking – basic functionality. The app collection “Photo Extensions” by DigiGuys aims to correct that. A series of mini apps acting as share extensions allow you to do all this and more, adding some of the base functionality to Photos for iOS that you’ve been looking for.

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Ink Cards is Perfect Blend of Digital and Print Sharing

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July 8, 2016 - 12:00pm

When considering various photography apps and services, it’s easy to put a strong emphasis on all things digital – editing, management, sharing, and publication. Often, this comes at the expense of more traditional print-based services, and this is unsurprising given how the digital medium has transformed over the past decade.

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