Is Adobe Photoshop Lightroom the avid photographer’s dream come true, or just a another all-in-one program?
Digital Photography Software & Website Reviews
Software is forever being updated and created. With so much on the market for the photographer, how do you know which software best suits your digital photography needs? Quite often, trial versions of software are not fully functional, so how can you really tell if you like its features? Here you will find unbiased reviews of digital photography software that will help you make the decision before buying the latest product.
What do you do with the hundreds of digital photos on your computer for all the different projects you have in progress, or have wrapped up? If you’re a serious digital photographer, check out ACDSee 9 Photo Manager with its nearly endless ways to categorize, rate, and document your digital photos.
Photodex CompuPic Standard is for anyone who has batches of digital images cluttering up their hard drives. CompuPic Standard gives you the means to organize those images, as well as clean them up and distribute them to your friends.
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom is touted as “an essential software for today’s digital photographer.” Indeed, Lightroom is an ideal workflow tool for professional photographers as well as amateur photographers who take their hobby seriously.
Adobe Photoshop Elements 5.0 offers an all-in-one solution for photo editing. The key components of the product include tools to organize, edit, and share photos. The application is fairly flexible in that the user has the ability to use as much or as few of the available features.
Why is PhotoImpact 12 terrific? Its features. I used it for creating pictures in movies, website pages, and articles, where lower quality will suffice. However, my wife, a color expert (spinning, dying, weaving, and personal color analysis) and a Photoshop pro, also gave its features a thumbs-up.
ThumbsPlus 7 offers a feature set built up by the requests and recommendations of their customers over a period of many years. That means you get a fully featured, and very configurable application.
Excellent photo organizing software that does what it’s advertised to do; perfect for users who have no computing or digital camera experience. Includes an excellent array of features.
ACDSee 9 Photo Manager does everything from viewing most image file types to organizing photos in a variety of ways. ACDSee 9 also includes basic editing tools for your photos, including red-eye removal, contrast, and color editing.
How does Adobe Photoshop Elements 5.0 compare to Photoshop CS2/CS3? This review will answer that question as well as delve into how useful its workflow and photo management features will be to photographers.