Adobe brings out updates to its Creative Cloud software a couple of times a year, and very often there’s not a lot to report that’s particularly significant to photographers, but this time it’s a little different, with some significant changes to the Lightroom ecosystem.
Since DxO acquired the Nik Collection from Google it has updated the software to work better with current operating systems, added new presets and film simulations and now – in by far the biggest update yet – added a new plug-in, a new non-destructive workflow and a new way of working with the Nik Collection […]
The latest Capture One update brings support for a bunch of new cameras and lenses and a major improvement to the Clone & Heal tools.
Adobe’s August 2019 updates brought a number of new features and improvements to Lightroom Classic, including Accelerated image-editing with GPU support, the ability to organize collections with color labels, support for new cameras and lenses, and other enhancements such as PNG export and batch merge for HDR and panoramas. Hidden away in this information was […]
Wish Apple Photos’ editing tools had a bit more power? Pixelmator 1.4 brings all the power of its desktop version into its Apple Photos extension.
Luminar 4 will bring an AI Sky Replacement tool that needs no manual masking and will even relight your scene to match the sky.
ON1 Photo RAW 2019.5 is available for just $49.95 until July 31 2019. This offer is not visible to the general public and is being promoted only through affiliate websites like Life after Photoshop.
Welcome to the new Life after Photoshop photo editing A-Z. This is a straightforward list of photo-editing terms arranged alphabetically. To expand a definition, just click on its heading. You’ll also find links to specific software applications and, for many of these photo-editing terms, there are links to tag archives with related articles. Photo-editing software […]
Capture One 12.1 brings improved detail rendering for Fujifilm X-Trans RAW files, new camera and lens profiles, and a new Studio version for multi-user teams.
DxO has released Nik Collection 2, but without any major overhauls to the seven Nik plug-ins themselves and with an addition you might not actually want. Hmm.