Software & Website Reviews

  • Cut Out the Work with Free Actions

    Photoshop Elements uses actions to quickly perform certain functions. These actions, however, usually cost money. Certain websites offer free actions that you can use to perform a variety of image changes.
    By Misty Faucheux June 21, 2011 

  • HDR Express Review

    The makers of HDR Express are determined to make it the best HDR software for beginners, but just how good is it, and will the minimalist features help or hinder new HDR photographers? This following review will answer these questions and put this...
    By Jonathan Wylie June 9, 2011 

  • Colorize Digital Photos with AKVIS Coloriage

    Available as a standalone product or as a plugin compatible with Photoshop and Paint Shop Pro, AKVIS Coloriage is an image editing application that makes it easy to change the colors in an entire photograph or just selected areas of one.
    By Michele McDonough June 9, 2011 


  • A Review of Xtreme Photostory on CD & DVD by Magix Software

    If you want to make your photo slideshows the envy of your friends and family, then pick up a copy of Xtreme Photostory on CD & DVD from Magix software. This quick, easy, and intuitive photo slideshow software can be used by both beginners and advanced...
    By Jonathan Wylie June 8, 2011 

  • GIMP - A Budget Photographer’s Best Friend

    GIMP stands for GNU Image Manipulation Program. This may not tell you much, but what you do need to know is that it’s free. It was first released back in 1996. Since then it has been developed and matured to be recognized as a real alternative for...
    By Shawn S. Lealos June 7, 2011 

  • Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3 Review

    Discover Lightroom 3 and all the features, benefits and functions of Adobes professional grade photo editor. This powerful software is fun to use, easy to learn, and undoubtedly has something for all photographers looking to process their digital media...
    By Jonathan Wylie June 2, 2011 


  • Review of Phanfare - Digital Photo Hosting Service

    Phanfare is one of many online digital photo hosting services available on the Web today. How does it compare to similar services? This review takes a look at the features and capabilities of Phanfare to see if it's worth checking out.
    By Michele McDonough June 1, 2011 

  • A Comparison of the Top 5 Photo Sharing Websites

    Interested in posting your digital photographs and images online but need some guidance as to where? Then help has arrived. Here are five of the top photo-sharing websites on the world wide web along with their features and prices for uploading digital...
    By Larry M. Lynch June 1, 2011 

  • Adobe Photoshop Elements 9 Review: What’s the Verdict?

    With so many photo editing applications available today, it can be tough to decide which product to buy. What makes Adobe Photoshop Elements 9 unique, and is it the right photo editor for you? Read on as we review the software's major features...
    By Michele McDonough May 30, 2011 

  • Enhancing Your Photos: Choosing a Digital Photo Editor

    We all want to take great photos, but what the camera captures doesn't always express what we were trying to show. We review some of the top programs for editing digital photos, and help you decide which ones you need.
    By William Springer May 30, 2011 
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