Jason Snell helps you get the most out of Apple's Photo Utilities in his new book, Take Control of Your Photos . An evolution from a previous title, Jason's latest efforts extend to cover both Photos in iOS 12 and MacOS Mojave. He explains why the format of this book fits better with the way we consume information, then explains how Photos compares to other photo editing options, what you can and can not do with your photos on Apple TV, and the new features offered by Apple for the creation of printed articles, even if they no longer offer them under their brand. The iOS version of Photos has many new features, sometimes exceeding those of its desktop counterpart. Jason tells us what they are and how to use them.
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Jason Snell is the founder and publisher of SixColors . He has been the main editor of Macworld for over ten years. For a few years, he also supervised editorial operations for PCWorld and launched TechHive and  ] of Greenbot