Don't-Miss Photography software Stories
Even after all these years, Adobe continues to add new features to its venerable image and photo editor that make it easier to get your work done.
With its high-quality filters, snappy interface, and numerous keyboard shortcuts, CameraBag can make your photos pop.
Perfect for the Movember-ally challenged, this app lets you slap hairy visages on all your photos.
It turns out Instagram can be better on your computer than it is on your phone. Pixta, formerly Instagrille, is the secret.
Cyberlink's Director Suite 2 remains a powerful set of media editing and production applications that handle video, images, and audio with aplomb. The new features. though welcome, form a relatively mild upgrade.
Mobile phone fans will cheer Adobe Photoshop Elements 12's expanded integration with online photo album storage, viewing, and social networks.
PaintShop Pro X6 is a good pick for anyone who wants more than a free-and-easy photo editor. Current owners, don't let the dearth of new features put you off…the speed boost makes X6 a time-saving upgrade for 64-bit PCs dragging along with the 32-bit X5.
Photo Ninja, a new Raw converter and photo-processing app, makes a very good first impression. Should serious photographers take notice?
Photoshop Touch 1.4.1 brings the power of Photoshop image editing to mobile devices.
JPEGmini lets you easily compress your JPEG pictures to save room on your hard drive—without any significant loss in detail.
Instagram Explorer for Windows 8 is a dedicated app for the Modern UI. It doesn't allow you to take or edit photos, but you can browse them to your heart's content.
Lightroom 5 is a practical, finely crafted version of Adobe’s excellent photo management application. Upgrading is a no-brainer.
New Retina-ready Photoshop CC sports conditional actions, new sharpening filters, and better image enlargements.
A hefty feature list makes not a high-quality product. The devil is in the details, as Ashampoo Photo Commander 11 shows.