Articles tagged "software"

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VSCO adds 'Recipes' feature that lets you create 10 custom presets

VSCO has released a new custom presets feature called Recipes to its VSCO X subscribers, allowing them to save up to 10 custom edits under a new menu item.

Phase One introduces Capture One ambassador program

Phase One just launched a brand ambassador program for its photo processing software Capture One, bringing in 13 photographers and retouchers who can "share their talent and skills to inspire the photographic community."

Macphun unveils Luminar 2018, takes on Adobe Lightroom CC

Macphun just officially unveiled Luminar 2018: the newest version of its full-featured photo editing program, and the latest contender trying to steal away a bit of Adobe Lightroom's market share.

Adobe will release the last update to Lightroom 6 'towards the end of the year'

Stand-alone Lightoom isn't dead yet, but it's not going to last too much longer. According to Adobe, the final update to Lightroom 6 will be released 'towards the end of this year.'

Adobe Scribbler uses AI to colorize black-and-white portraits and sketches

'Project Scribbler' is a powerful AI-driven feature that can intelligently colorize a black and white portrait... or even turn a line sketch into a colorized and realistic image.

Adobe updates Photoshop CC with new tools, 360° image editing, HEIF support and more

Lightroom is hogging the spotlight at Adobe MAX, but Photoshop CC got some substantial improvements as well. Find out what's new in the latest version of Photoshop CC.

Adobe just made it way easier to import Lightroom collections into Adobe Portfolio

If you use Adobe Portfolio, you'll be very happy to hear about the latest update. As of today, you can import both Lightroom collections and new Behance projects directly onto new pages with next-to-no effort.

EyeEm now lets you collect multiple model releases at once over text message

Getting model releases signed has never been quite this easy. A new feature from EyeEm lets you collect multiple model releases at once, and you can do through your favorite messaging app.

The Control Room app lets you control Lightroom from your smartphone

This simple app can turn your Android or iOS device into a separate panel that you can use to control Lightroom on your computer without ever touching a mouse or keyboard.

Pixelmator 3.7 update adds High Sierra and HEIF support

Pixelmator just released Version 3.7 Mount Whitney, which adds in a range of new features, performance upgrades and bug fixes including support for the HEIF image format.

On1 Photo RAW 2018 announced: Adds HDR processing, advanced masking and more

On1 just announced the new and improved On1 Photo RAW 2018. The updated non-destructive editor offers a ton of new features, including HDR merge, panorama stitching, advanced masking controls and much more.

Your Wacom tablet won't work with macOS High Sierra until 'late October'

macOS High Sierra came out today, but if you use a Wacom tablet you need to wait a few weeks before you upgrade. According to Wacom, they won't have a compatible driver ready for you until "late October."

Affinity Photo for iPad adds extremely useful drag-and-drop feature with iOS 11 update

Affinity Photo for iPad was touted as "the first full blown, truly professional photo editing tool to make its way onto the Apple tablet." This update makes it that much more convenient.

Review: Affinity Photo 1.5.2 for desktop

Affinity Photo is a $50 photo editing software with no subscriptions. That's it – pay for it once and you're done. And we think it's actually pretty darn good.

Google Drive and Photos desktop app support to end in December

Users of Mac and PC Google Drive and Photos apps will soon have to migrate to the new Backup and Sync app for continued service.

Adobe update brings Nikon D850 support to Camera RAW and DNG Converter

Adobe has updated two of its Raw processing modules for use with the Nikon D850 and a range of new Nikon lenses.

Pixelmator Pro will use artificial intelligence to power photo editing features

The folks behind popular Mac photo editor Pixelmator have announced plans to release Pixelmator Pro, a more robust version of their software that features AI-powered photo editing features.

Shutterstock's new watermarking system foils Google's AI

That didn't take long. Less than a week after Google published some research showing how an AI could automatically remove watermarks from stock images, Shutterstock has already strengthened their system so it's immune to this kind of theft.

Picktorial's new X-Pack lets you add Fuji's film simulation profiles to X-Trans raw files

The company behind popular photo editor Picktorial 3 just released the X-Pack: a preset package that allows you to add Fuji's in-camera film simulation profiles to your RAF files in post.

Macphun unveils Aurora HDR 2018: Will come to Mac and PC with new tools and UI

After 1.7 million downloads on Apple computers since the launch in November 2015, Aurora HDR will be available for Windows PCs for the first time with the 2018 release.

Corel launches PaintShop Pro 2018 with improved editing tools and faster performance

Corel's PaintShop Pro 2018 comes with an expanded feature set and is available as a bundle with the company's video editing package.

Silkypix adds support for Sony Alpha a9 and other cameras

An update to the Silkypix Raw converter fixes some bugs and adds support for several popular new cameras.

Lightroom CC 2015.12 arrives with bug fixes, new camera and lens support

Adobe just released version 2015.12 of Lightroom CC, adding support for several new cameras and lenses, and baking in several important bug fixes while they were at it.

VSCO adds free 'Oakley' photo filters to iOS and Android apps

VSCO has teamed up with sunglasses maker Oakley, creating three free filters that mimic Oakley's lens technology on the VSCO smartphone app.

Macphun launches beta of Luminar photo editor for Windows

The public beta is free of charge and comes with many of the most important features of the Mac version.

Adobe launches Premiere Pro 11.1.2 with support for Panasonic GH5 10-bit formats

Premiere Pro 11.1.2 has become available today and in addition to important bug fixes and performance improvements comes with support for the 10-bit formats of the Panasonic GH5.

VSCO releases photo filters for desktop editing

VSCO has announced that it is releasing its popular mobile app photo filters on desktop. 58 filters come in a pack that is compatible with Lightroom and Adobe ACR and will set you back $59.

Ricoh releases Pentax 645Z and K-1 firmware updates and IMAGE Transmitter 2 software v2.3

New firmware in combination with an updated version of the IMAGE Transmitter 2 software package brings a number of new tethered control features to the Pentax K-1 and 645Z. Read more

11 cheap Photoshop alternatives for photographers at every level

Photoshop is the gold standard in pro-level image editing, but not everybody needs its vast feature set – or its steep learning curve. Here are some alternatives. Read more

Hands On: RNI All Films 4.0, analog presets for Lightroom and ACR

Really Nice Images announced RNI All Films 4.0, the latest version of its film simulation presets for Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw. We took a few of the new film presets for a spin. Read more

App review: Full Frame is a quick, easy JPEG viewer, XMP editor

Full Frame is a Mac-based image viewer, photo importer and metadata editor that centers around an incredibly clean and intuitive user interface. Just launched to the App Store, its potential to speed up one's workflow caught our attention. Read review

Critical eye: Picturesqe aims to highlight your best frames and throw out the worst

Picturesqe is a software application that’s designed to help you pick your best shots. We gave it a whirl to see if it could save us any time in post processing. Read more

Byte sized: JPEGmini claims no loss of perceptual quality, up to 80% smaller files

Most of us think of image compression as a necessary evil. It makes our files more manageable, but reduces the quality of our images and can undo the incremental benefits of buying more pixels and better lenses. But can better compression make file sizes even smaller without any extra image quality cost? Beamr, the company behind the JPEGmini application, thinks it's possible. Read more

Capture One Pro 8 software review

Capture One Pro is a software package designed to perform as a Raw processing application as well as a host for those who like to shoot tethered. Created by Phase One, which also makes medium format backs, cameras and lenses, the application emerged first in the professional studio environment. Having expanded into the consumer market, it can handle Raw files from over 300 cameras. We tested out some of its newer capabilities. Read more

Quick Review: Photographers.pro

Many services exist that allow non-developers to create their own websites without too much hassle, but only a handful cater specifically to photographers. The service Photographers.pro aims to stand out by offering an all-inclusive package for photographers that provides a website (including a custom domain address and email) for a yearly fee of $70. Does it distinguish itself from other options available to photographers? We recently took it for a spin to find out. Read more

Opinion: Can an Aperture user be happy with Apple's new 'Photos' software?

One of the most talked about subjects for photographers using Macs to process and archive their photos is the loss of Apple Aperture and its replacement, simply known as Photos. This new software strongly resembles the iOS software of the same name and while it still offers some of the features from the enthusiast-grade Aperture, quite a few things are missing. Learn more about Photos - both what it offers and doesn't - in this opinion piece from senior writer Jeff Keller. Read more

Adobe Camera Raw 8.8 and DNG Converter 8.8 now available

Adobe has released the final version of Camera Raw 8.8 for Photoshop CC/CS6. Support for several additional Canon, Panasonic, and Fujifilm cameras have been added, as well as the Hasselblad Stellar II, Nikon D5500, and Olympus OM-D E-M5 II, among others. Read more

Fujifilm adds film simulation to Raw File Converter EX 2.0 and tethered shooting for X-T1

Fujifilm is to release a new version of its Raw File Converter EX at the end of the month, bringing the film simulation modes used in its X-series cameras to the Silkypix-based desktop software package. Initially the new feature will be available for files shot with X-T1, X-A2, X100T, X30 and XQ2 cameras, but the company has said that other models will be included in a further update at a later time. Read more

Olympus Capture software now available for E-M1 owners

Today Olympus announced the release of its Olympus Capture software, which is designed to bring tethering to owners of the OM-D E-M1. The software, along with the new E-M1 firmware 2.0, was announced last week at Photokina, but today photographers can finally take advantage of the new feature set. Read more

Updated: Nikon releases Capture NX-D 1.0.0 software

Nikon has released version 1.0.0 of Capture NX-D, introduced in beta form earlier this year. Capture NX-D is the first version of Nikon's flagship Raw converter since previous developer Nik Software was bought by Google in 2012. The software features a new user interface, batch conversion and a non-destructive workflow that saves adjustments in sidecar files alongside the original image. Read more

onOne Software's Perfect Effects 8 available for free

onOne Software is offering its Perfect Effects 8 Premium Edition plugin for free for a limited time. It gives you hundreds of creative presets, fully customizable filters and ability to combine effects. Perfect Effects 8 works as a standalone application (Windows or Mac) or integrates with Adobe Lightroom, Aperture and Photoshop. Go to the onOne Software site to get this fully licensed version - worth $99.95 - for free. Learn more

Leica T lenses: Correcting some distortions

During pre-launch briefings for the T, Leica was very keen to stress the optical quality of the new lenses. Most interestingly, we were told they relied on optical corrections, rather than software to project the best possible image onto the sensor. So with this in mind, when processing some images from the Leica T, we were surprised by a notification that Adobe Camera Raw gave us. See our results

DxO has launched an upgrade of its Optics Pro software that now supports Nokia Lumia 1020 DNG Raw files.

Alien Skin Software announces Exposure 6 plugin

Alien Skin Software has announced the latest version of its flagship photography effects software. Exposure 6 now includes a 'Bokeh' focus and lens-simulation feature, an updated image processing engine for instant previews, enhanced user interface for quick workflow, and unlimited creative texture control. The analog film emulation and creative effects software integrates with Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, Lightroom, and Aperture or can be launched as a stand-alone program. Learn more

Nikon releases beta version of next-generation Capture NX software

Nikon has released a beta version of an update to its Capture NX software, a product which has been relatively stagnant in recent years. Capture NX-D is the first version of Nikon's Raw converter to be made since previous developer Nik Software was bought by Google in 2012. The software features a new user interface, batch conversion and a non-destructive workflow that saves adjustments in sidecar files alongside the original image. Find out how to try Capture NX-D for yourself.

Lumia Black update adds RAW file support for Nokia Lumia 1020

AT&T rolls out software update for Nokia Lumia 1020 and Nokia Lumia 1520 devices.

Sigma updates SD1 and Photo Pro to support 18-35 F1.8 DC HSM lens

Sigma has released updates for its SD1 and SD1 Merrill cameras - as well as for its Photo Pro software - to add support for the recently released 18-35 F1.8 DC HSM lens. On the camera side, the SD1 firmware update improves color in peripheral areas of the image when the aperture is wide open. As for software, Sigma's Photo Pro v5.5.3 is now optimized for Raw (X3F) images taken with the SD1 camera and 18-35 lens.

Significant software update now available.

A quick review of the LightZone Photo Editor

A quick review of the LightZone version 4.0 raw developer and photo editing software. LightZone 4.0 is Free software, available for Windows, Mac and Linux.

Photos reportedly show off Sony's new smartphone camera software

Sony's rumored Honami smartphone is expected to have a brand new camera interface. 

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