Don't-Miss Photography software Stories
Here are 15 iPad apps you probably won't regret downloading and trying out, especially if you just picked up Apple's tablet for the first time.
This free (but ad-supported) app offers some interesting photo management and sharing tools, but its face-recognition feature needs improvement.
Microsoft's free photo editor offers very good organization tools, but only basic image editing.
These presets help you speed through and master Adobe Lightroom's Develop module.
This slick-looking free software lets you easily create photo books, calendars, and greeting cards.
Serif PhotoPlus X4 offers significant improvements in non-destructive editing and 16-bit support, but it still needs better control over RAW conversion for its photo enthusiast market.
Individual apps and the whole bundle get a refresh with new features, but both suffer from inelegant integration with Adobe's included organizer app.
The new version has an excellent array of features and creative tools, but Adobe needs to combine the editing with the organizing.
This compelling upgrade handles noise better, offers more-advanced RAW processing, and supports a smoother workflow.
Qik Video is a good way to live-stream video when you have a good data connection, but it has some annoying configuration and sharing bugs.