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Apr 19, 2012
by Freddie Harrison.
In the fourth instalment of Learn iMovie Week we use iMovie in tandem with iPhoto to streamline the process of storing and managing your photos and movies.
Apr 17, 2012
by Freddie Harrison.
In the first instalment of Learn iPhoto Week, we use iMovie’s colour tweaking tools and Titles browser to mimic the retro look of a classic silent movie.
Apr 16, 2012
by Freddie Harrison.
Following on from Learn Lion Week and Learn iPhoto Week, we’re continuing the iLife for OS X theme with Learn iMovie Week. Expect seven days of great tutorials.
Apr 13, 2012
by Freddie Harrison.
In the eighth instalment of Learn iPhoto Week, we look at how to get rid of the trash to permanently erase pictures from iPhoto in two simple steps.
Apr 12, 2012
by Freddie Harrison.
In the sixth instalment of Learn iPhoto Week, we’ll show you how to change the look and feel of photos by adding a quick colour tint in just four simple steps.
Apr 11, 2012
by Freddie Harrison.
In the fourth instalment of our Learn iPhoto Week series, we’ll show you how to take control of your photo slideshow settings with these great tips and tricks.
Apr 3, 2012
by Freddie Harrison.
In the third part of our Learn Lion Week series, we teach you how to organise your desktops and apps with OS X Lion’s Mission Control feature.
Apr 2, 2012
by Freddie Harrison.
In the first part of our Learn Lion Week series, we teach you how to manage your emails and accounts with Lion’s redesigned Mail app.
Apr 2, 2012
by Freddie Harrison.
We’re dedicating this week’s posts to OS X Lion – the current operating system for your Mac. Read on to find out what’s in store for you lucky, lucky people.
Mar 28, 2012
by Freddie Harrison.
Follow this simple step-by-step guide to make sure that what you see on your screen matches what you get when you print or scan a picture using OS X’s own app.
Feb 2, 2012
by Freddie Harrison.
Forget Photoshop or Aperture, you can quickly crop images and remove backgrounds in OS X’s built-in image viewer Preview. Just follow this step-by-step guide.