Last June, Apple announced that it would stop development of its Aperture and iPhoto apps and offer a single photo app in their place - Photos for OS X. Now, developers are getting their first glimpse of Photos, as it's bundled with the beta version of OS X 10.10.3.
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Nevercenter's CameraBag 2.5 is like having dozens of films and cameras from different eras sitting on the desk to choose at will. Versatile and historical, this Mac image editing and filtering desktop app offers an overwhelming number of options for both fixing and stylizing the look of your photos.
Mobile photography doesn't have to mean a compromise in image quality. You can shoot Raw files with your DSLR, and use your handy iPad to quickly, easily publish web-friendly JPEGs to social networks while on the go. And you don't need the super-expensive 128GB iPad to do this. In fact, I use a humble 16GB iPad mini for this workflow. Impossible you say? Pshaw, not at all.