Software & Website Reviews

  • Digitally Create Different Camera Lens Effects

    Looking for a new way to produce stunning digital photos without investing a ton of money in equipment? You may want to check out a new plugin from Topaz Labs with artistic filters which imitate a variety of camera lens effects.
    By Michele McDonough May 30, 2011 

  • Using Photoshop Elements Presets: Where to Find Free Ones?

    Presets or actions allow you to quickly change the look of your photograph. But, you usually have to pay for these actions if they aren't included with Elements. So, are there any free ones available? If so, where do you download them? Learn...
    By Misty Faucheux May 28, 2011 

  • Review of PhotoShelter: Helping Photographers Sell Their Images Online

    PhotoShelter is a tool for photographers to sell their work online. Take a look at this review to learn about its tools, options, and usability for professional photographers.
    By Caroline Thompson May 27, 2011 

  • Remove Scratches and Stains from Digital Photos with AKVIS Retoucher

    AKVIS Retoucher is a restoration plugin compatible with Photoshop and Paint Shop Pro. In addition to its digital photograph restoration abilities, Retoucher is also capable of removing unwanted items like date stamps. How well does it work?
    By Michele McDonough May 26, 2011 

  • The 10 Best Free Photo and Video Sharing Sites

    Looking for a place to host your photos and videos for free? We compare the top ten free photo sharing and video sharing websites. See how they stack up in here!
    By Ryan C. May 26, 2011 

  • Review of Snapfish - Photo Printing Service by HP

    It can be difficult to find a photo printing service that offers quality and convenience. Thankfully Snapfish by HP offers reasonable quality prints and photo gifts that allow you to order from the comfort of your own home, with a great selection and...
    By Loreena Walsh May 24, 2011 

  • Zoner Photo Studio 12 Review

    Although Zoner Photo Studio may not be as well known as other photo editing applications, that's not because it's lacking in features and functionality. How well does it perform? Read our review to find out.
    By Michele McDonough May 24, 2011 

  • Review of Diskeeper Undelete 2009 - Recover Lost Images and Files

    If you’ve ever experienced the frustration of losing photos because of either accidental deletion or saving over an original file, you may want to take a look at the recovery tools available in Undelete 2009.
    By Michele McDonough May 24, 2011 

  • Capture One Review

    There seems to be no shortage of digital photo editors available today. Capture One, from Phase One, is packed with features to let you edit your JPEG and RAW files, but does it do it well enough to set it above the competition? Let's find out...
    By Jonathan Wylie May 24, 2011 

  • Comparing Phanfare and SmugMug

    Phanfare and SmugMug share a lot of common features - both are subscription-based digital photo and video hosting services that are geared toward serious amateur and professional photographers. In this review, we'll take a look at both and see how...
    By Michele McDonough May 24, 2011 
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