Adobe Lightroom, Corel AfterShot Pro, and CyberLink PhotoDirector can help you tame your masses of photos.
AfterShot Pro puts file management, editing, and layer controls all within easy reach.
Lightroom improves its existing tools with new optimizations for masks, layers, noise reduction, white balance, and more.
Digital workflow goes mainstream with accessible, easy-to-use editing and organizing tools, but the program has some limitations for enthusiasts and pros alike.
How the pros go from digital camera to editing to printing or sharing.
Dave answers questions about dealing with nighttime reflections, photo quality when emailing, recovering lost photos, and more.
Learn the differences between megapixels, megabytes, and dots per inch, and delve into the relationship between what's on the monitor and what you print.
Dave answers questions about RAW format, polarizing filters, emptying a memory card, and more.
Here are some free photo editors you can use now that Google has decided to retire Picnik.