Here’s a little tip from our friends over at Photoshop.
Photo processing on the go just got a little better. Lightroom for mobile has just been released and is available to download from the Apple App Store right now.
In this episode we explore the Adaptive Wide Angle filter in Photoshop along with creating some cool lighting effects in Lightroom.
In todays post we take a look at HDR Darkroom 3 processing software. It’s designed to be a fast, simple hdr processor so let’s see how it goes.
Eventually we all end up with Photoshop. We usually get it because we find other software like Lightroom just doesn’t cut it when you want to get into more advanced editing.
Boom, OnOne’s Perfect Suite 8 is out. I thought I would record a quick first look at the new software and walk you through some of the new features.
Tipped to be released in November this year Perfect Photo Suite 8 seems to be pushing itself as a complete photo editing solution.
If you haven’t already, it’s time to update to Lightroom 5.2. Released today Lightroom 5.2 has a few new features and has addressed some of those bugs from the previous version. For those of you with newer cameras you’ll be pleased to know there is new support for cameras and lenses.
Back in February of 2012 we wrote a review of OnOne’s Perfect Photo Suite 6. Over the past couple of months we’ve been able to put the next version of Photo Suite to the test and I can say that it is not just a numerical update. Photo Suite 7 (or 7.5 which we now have) is the perfect accompaniment to Lightroom, Aperture and even Photoshop. Perfect Photo Suite 7 is a suite of plugins that can run as either a standalone piece of software or individual plugins.