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Adobe Photoshop Mix

Combine the power of Adobe Photoshop software with the convenience of mobile for a creative, easy-to-use photo editing experience on...

2 days ago by Adobe Systems

FOSS v proprietary software: image editing

To do a professional job, you need professional-level tools. With software, that generally means proprietary applications, which tend to be expensive. Free and open-source software is available for a wide range of tasks — but does it have the capability and support to offer a realistic alternative? We start with a look at Photoshop and GIMP.

March 9, 2012 by

Zoner Photo Studio

The only photo software you'll ever need. User-friendly Windows software, whose #1 advantage is that it brings every feature you need...

December 14, 2014 by Zoner Software

Low-cost HDR renaissance on the Mac

In the past, Adobe Photoshop was the start and finish for High Dynamic Range photography software on the Mac, either with its built-in features or through third-party plug-ins. However, several inexpensive stand-alone titles are now available for the platform, giving Mac users a chance to explore this interesting and useful photo technique.

April 28, 2010 by

Microsoft still working on an Adobe Lightroom competitor, but with a social twist

It's been almost two years since I first got tips about Microsoft "SmartFlow," a product which allegedly was going to be a competitor with Adobe's Photoshop Lightroom post-production software for professional photographers. I had thought that incubation project may have been quietly eliminated somewhere along the way. But it's still alive and is in a new group with a new twist.

November 18, 2009 by

Adobe Photoshop Touch for phone

Bring the fun and creative possibilities of Adobe Photoshop software to your iPhone and iPod Touch with Adobe Photoshop Touch.Transform...

November 26, 2014 by Adobe Systems

Free ArtRage Pro download for art teachers!

One of the cooler bits of software included with the Classmate PC is ArtRage Pro. It's an incredibly intuitive, full-featured art program for teachers that supports Photoshop layers, a variety of drawing tools, easy application on interactive whiteboards, and really makes the user (of any age) feel like he or she is working with a realistic set of media.

June 19, 2009 by

Turn your iPhone into a wireless remote for Canon SLRs

There are 748 photography-related apps listed in the iTunes App Store as I write this, but the one I'm most excited about right now isn't in the store yet. Photoshop plug-in developer onOne Software has created its first iPhone app, called DSLR Remote, which promises to turn your iPhone into a wireless cable release for Canon EOS dSLR cameras.

May 20, 2009 by

Approach Adobe Lightroom 2.0 Beta with caution

The company on Wednesday offered its Photoshop Lightroom 2.0 beta for download. While this version is feature complete, it's more than "rough around the edges," and users of the professional image editing and photo management software should be wary.

April 2, 2008 by

GIMP 2.4

With each release, GIMP becomes a viable tool for a wider range of users, and version 2.4 is no exception. If you’ve discounted this free open source image editor before, it’s time to look again.

November 22, 2007 by

Adobe's CS3 update--what do you think?

Today Adobe finally let everybody else in on the details of what's coming in Creative Suite 3, the update to Photoshop and other software. There'll be not one, but six--count 'em--versions of the package, set to ship at different times this year, as well as 13 standalone apps.

March 27, 2007 by

A dilemma for Photographers who love Macs

Photoshop won't be optimized for Intel-based Macs for at least another year. Could this be a very disturbing trend? Will software makers eventually stop writing software for Mac OS X and only make Windows software since Macs and PCs will run Windows?

April 21, 2006 by

Linux users say OS needs touch-up with Photoshop

Adobe Systems' Photoshop has been voted the most important application to port to Linux, according to the initial results of a survey carried out by software company Novell. The online public survey, running since mid-January, asks people which Microsoft Windows-only applications they want to use on Linux.

February 6, 2006 by

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