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.
Looking for a software application that can turn a so-so photo into a beautiful work of art? Topaz Impression promises to do just that. Let’s take a look at the software’s features and capabilities, and see what kind of results you can get.
The latest version of PaintShop Pro introduces new sharing and mapping capabilities, enhanced HDR tools and several new creative effects – among other things. In our review of PSP X5, we’ll investigate these additions a little more closely.
Are you a professional photographer or a serious enthusiast in search of a new tool to help you organize, manage and edit your digital photos? You may want to check out the recently-released AfterShot Pro. We’ll take the software for a test run and see what it can do.
New advances in digital cameras allow users to take higher resolution photos than ever before. Fortunately, photo editing software has kept up with these advances. If you want to create 3D photos that will impress your friends and family, take a look at the top three software choices.
Pho.to is a no-cost online resource for editing your photos. If you’ve been looking for an easy-to-use, free photo editor, this may be the right choice for you. Learn more by reading this review.
Adobe Photoshop Elements is an extremely popular, and affordable, photo editing program which offers great tools for organizing and sharing images. Check out this review to see what’s new in version 10 of this amazing application.
Zoner Photo Studio 13 is a digital photo solution that covers nearly every potential need. It allows you to easily import, view, sort, and edit images, and then use those photos in calendars, post cards and more. Learn about how this program lets you share photos in interesting and unique ways
Still trying to figure out which photo editing application is going to give you the most bang for your buck? Check out these reviews and comparisons that cover everything from free online editing tools to the budget-busting Photoshop.
The new 64-bit engine may be the biggest improvement to the X6 version of PhotoPlus, but there are a few other features and enhancements that might catch your eye, too. We’ll take a look at the software’s highlights, both new and old, in this review.
On top of all the new tools and features found in PaintShop Pro X4, there are some very notable improvements in speed and performance – including a smaller system footprint. In this review, we’ll take a deeper look at X4 and include several screenshots that show off the new design.