Don't-Miss Photography software Stories
The latest Photoshop now has GPU acceleration, which enables fast performance and fancy new features.
OpenPhoto lets you host your own photos online, using Dropbox or Amazon S3, for free.
This second-gen app for making high-dynamic-range images provides useful tools at a good price.
Daminion is a professional photo cataloging application aimed at photographers and studios.
This ad-supported software uses face recognition to help organize your photo library, and it offers useful sharing tools.
Add precision detail to your image editing with free Photo Designer 7.
Easy, fast-working PicaJet FX makes photo filing less onerous.
The free Photoscape is a basic photo editor and batch processor with some very exciting added extras.
For photographers who miss the grain and tonal responsiveness of film, FilmPack provides a great library of preset filters that emulate specific film brands, and a good, but not complete, set of customizing controls.
Edit your photos, organize your finances, access your computer remotely, and do even more with these essential software packages and Web apps--a mix of established favorites and indispensable up-and-comers.
EasyHDR lets you produce stunning high-dynamic-range images with an easy-to-use, professional interface.
Photoshop Touch brings finger-friendly image manipulation and core Photoshop tools to Android tablets.
ArcSoft's free photo-retouching app automatically removes blemishes, adds digital makeup, changes eye colors, and offers quick portrait enhancements for anyone who doesn't want to use a full image-editing suite.