Motif offers a fast (with a couple of exceptions) way to create photo books in macOS Photos

Motif offers a fast (with a couple of exceptions) way to create photo books in macOS Photos

We’re approaching the one-year anniversary of Apple’s discontinuation of its Photo Print Products service, so I’ve test driven Motif, an Apple-approved photo print service/externsion that specializes in personalized photo books, cards, and calendars. I used it to create a photo book of pics from the recent Sellers family vacation.

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Apple’s discontinued Aperture won’t run on any Mac OS higher than Mojave

Apple’s discontinued Aperture won’t run on any Mac OS higher than Mojave

In a new support document, Apple says Aperture —its discontinued high end photo editing software — won’t run in versions of the Mac operating system after macOS Mojave. The doc explains how to migrate your Aperture libraries to Photos or Adobe Lightroom Classic.

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Apple wants to make it easier to browse media from multiple sources on its various devices

Apple wants to make it easier to browse media from multiple sources on its various devices

Apple has been granted a patent (number 20180136800) for “user interfaces for browsing content from multiple content applications on an electronic device.” The goal: present media items such as music, movies, and TV shows from different media applications in a unified media browsing app on Apple devices such as Macs, iPads, Apple TVs, and iPhones.

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