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When you're on holidays with your friends or family, the last thing you want to do is lug around a DSLR. But that doesn't mean you should be uploading pics directly from your smartphone either. This infographic provides a range of editing tips for travellers who really want to make their photos 'pop'.

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If you're trying to develop your photography skills in 2011, then a 365-day project -- a daily photograph around a given theme or style -- can be a good way to do it. Lifehacker reader Daniel advises that while it can help to have a focus, you don't need to be standing on top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge to get a great photo.

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If you've longed to organise your pictures as though sliding and grouping them on a desk, Viewer2 is a novel take on picture organisation that feels more like real-world sorting and shuffling and less like computer-based cataloguing.

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You've taken digital pictures for years across multiple systems and camera upgrades, and now your collection is a mess. These free tools and techniques will fix your photos' metadata, weed out duplicates, reorganise folders and otherwise whip your digital photos into shape.

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Windows/Mac/Linux (AIR): It's always fun to throw a party and let your guests get goofy with a camera. Free photo app Party Booth creates photo-booth-style picture strips from a webcam, and can automatically upload them to Facebook, Twitter or other services.