Posts Tagged ‘software’

End of the Line for Apple’s Aperture Photo Software?

Posted by on Friday June 27, 2014 | Uncategorized

We haven’t heard much from Apple lately on its Aperture image management and editing software so it came as little surprise to learn that the company now appears to be pulling the plug on this once much ballyhooed program for pro photographers. According to The Loop, Apple says its will no longer develop Aperture. Apple... More

Adobe Expands Monthly $9.99 Photoshop Cloud Plan to Include New Photoshop Mix iPad App

Posted by on Wednesday June 18, 2014 | Uncategorized

Adobe has offered photographers a $9.99 per month Photoshop Photography Program for a while now but the San Jose, CA-based company announced this morning it’s adding several new things to the mix. Retitled the Adobe Creative Cloud Photography plan, it’s aimed at “anyone interested in photography” and includes Photoshop CC, Lightroom 5, and the brand... More

Corel Announces PaintShop Pro X6

Posted by on Thursday August 22, 2013 | Photo Gear, Photo Manipulation

Corel just announced the latest versions of its image-editing software, PaintShop Pro X6 and PaintShop Pro X6 Ultimate, as well as Photo & Video Suite X6. Don’t go rushing to the Corel site yet. It’s a two-stage release: Today’s release is available to current users only; everyone else will have to wait for the global... More

LightZone Image-Editing Software Re-Released as Free and Open Source

Posted by on Monday July 8, 2013 | Uncategorized

Remember LightZone software? For those who do not, LightZone was a photo-editing program that offered a number of groundbreaking features including full 16-bit, selective and  nondestructive RAW editing in a fairly user-friendly GUI. Released in 2005, it won awards from MacWorld, MacUser and American Photo magazine. LightZone was marketed and sold by Lightcrafts until September... More