Right now, I see all this photo-related software on my Dock, and I'm trying to figure out what I should get rid of. There are 2 pieces of software I'm just playing with based on what RacerX said he uses, but one of them seems good. What photo editing or organizing software do you use regularly? Anything related to looking at, organising, editing, or playing around with photos counts, I guess. I currently use iPhoto because I really don't believe I need something like Aperture, and I don't believe many people who have it are benefitting as much as they should be when paying for software that expensive. I'm sure it's great, but iPhoto 6 seems fantastic for organizing photos. I use Image Capture to import my photos into a folder on my Desktop before importing into iPhoto, then I rename the folder and all files inside sequentially like this: Year-Month-Day: Name of Event. After that, I import the folder into iPhoto. I use iPhoto Buddy to manage my other iPhoto Library that I keep on an external HD. It has all my photos, while my laptop iPhoto library keeps everything within the last 2 years. Photoshop CS is sometimes used, but I'm no expert and other programs seem to do many of the things I want to do, but in an easier way. PixelNHance seems fantastic for editing and viewing the original and edited photo side by side. There's nothing else like it, really. It's something I'm experimenting with (since yesterday ). Oh, and it also seems to be really good at removing noise without making the photo seem blurry. My new MacBook didn't come with GraphicConverter, and I had to get it! I loved using it on my old PowerBook, so I bought it since it does so much for $30. I mean, it practically does everything I'd want to do except for that magnetic lasso tool in Photoshop. I often use an Automator script I made to change the image size and then appear in Preview so that I can see the new size. Very useful if you want to resize lots of photos for emailing or posting at MacRumours. After some testing, ToyViewer is going to be deleted because there are so many different programs that seem to do the same thing. Seashore is way too basic, so it's also gone. Yes, it's supposed to be loosely based on what GIMP is, but it's not nearly as useful. GIMP may be horrible to use and look at on a Mac, but at least it has useful features.