From: Jolly Roger <>
Subject: Re: How to edit your pictures using macos photos.
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From: Jolly Roger <>
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Subject: Re: How to edit your pictures using macos photos.
Date: 1 Mar 2018 02:25:31 GMT
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On 2018-02-28, John Varela<> wrote:
> On Tue, 27 Feb 2018 16:45:02 UTC, David_B 
><> wrote:
>> by Justin Pot on February 26th, 2018
>> Lots of Mac users use Photos for sorting and browsing photo
>> collections.  It syncs easily with your iPhone, recognizes faces, and
>> even sorts your photos into Memories. What you might not know is that
>> Photos is also now a decent tool for editing photos.
>> Once upon a time Photos could only do superficial edits, but in the
>> fall of 2017, Apple added enough new editing features to make it
>> useful for the vast majority of users. Its simple, but powerful.
>> And if you already have more powerful photo editing software that you
>> love, Photos also allows you to open your pictures using that.
> The current version of Photos has excellent integration with Photoshop
> Elements.

It's also integrated with any number of alternative image editing
programs through extensions managed in System Preferences > Extensions >
Photos, like Pixelmator, Affinity Photo, and so on.

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