Articles tagged "software-news"

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Snapseed app updated with new interface and presets, adds perspective tool to iOS

Popular mobile editing app Snapseed just got a major update that includes a new interface and 11 new presets for both Android and iOS, as well as adding the Perspective tool to the iOS version.

Aurora HDR 2018 pre-orders go live ahead of September 28 launch

The pre-order period will run from September 12-27 and includes a special lower price of $89 for new customers versus the regular $249 rate.

Fujifilm Japan announces X Raw Studio conversion software

Fujifilm has announced a new Raw converter that uses the camera's own image processor while connected to a Mac or PC over USB. It arrives in November 2017 for Mac, and January 2018 for PC.

Sneak peek: Adobe is developing a 'curvature pen tool' for Photoshop CC

Get a sneak peek at a new feature coming to Photoshop CC later this year: The Curvature Pen Tool.

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.

VSCO releases Mobile Presets 02 pack for desktop users

VSCO's Mobile Presets 02 pack is designed for photographers who'd rather edit their photos on desktop, but want to get the same looks offered by the company's popular mobile app.

VSCO releases its first video editing tool to VSCO X subscribers on iOS

VSCO—the brand known among photographers for its film-inspired presets and smartphone photo editing tools—is making its first foray into video with a new editing tool for its iOS app.

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.

CamFi Matrix Time software makes it easy to shoot the 'bullet time effect'

Camera trigger maker CamFi just released CamFi Matrix Time, a free Windows application that automatically syncs and shoots multiple CamFi equipped cameras, compiling the resulting shots into a 'bullet time' video on the fly.

Google introduces Backup and Sync for Photos and Drive

The Google Backup and Sync desktop app for Windows PCs and Apple Mac computers replaces the existing Google Photos desktop uploader and Drive for Mac/PC.

Nikon releases several firmware and software updates, adds new features to the D5

Nikon just released a slew of firmware and software updates, including new features and several bug fixes for the Nikon D5.

Adobe officially admits speeding up Lightroom is 'top priority'

Photographers struggling with painfully slow Adobe Lightroom performance take heart: Adobe knows there's an issue, and fixing it is 'top priority.'

Pixel Peeper lets you check the Lightroom edits made to a JPEG

The simple drag-and-drop web app reveals the Lightroom edits applied to any JPEG, along with its associated EXIF data, provided that metadata is intact.

Macphun introduces Luminar Neptune with Accent AI filter

The new Accent AI Filter improves images with one simple slider instead of many adjustments and controls, such as shadows, highlights, contrast, tone, saturation and exposure.

Silkypix adds clarity tool and compatibility with Sigma dp Quattro series

Developer Studio 8 allows owners of the dp 1, dp 2 and dp 3 Quattro cameras to process the Raw files produced by their unique Foveon sensors.

Photomatix Pro 6 launched with more color control and realistic-looking results

HDRsoft has released version 6 of its Photomatix Pro imaging application with the promise of more realistic HDR images and better control of picture characteristics.

Google Photos now auto-suggests images for archival

The new archiving suggestions are found in the Assistant tab, where the suggested photos are pre-selected.

Affinity Photo comes to the iPad

The desktop photo editing app makes its iPad debut today.

User launches Change.org petition to save Nik software collection

Sascha Rheker from Germany has launched a campaign on the Change.org petition site that aims to persuade Google to reverse its decision and continue to provide updates and add features to the Nik Collection.

Google will no longer develop Nik Collection

According to its website, Google will stop providing updates for its Nik Collection suite of plug-in photo editing tools.

MacPhun to release Aurora HDR and Luminar for Windows users

The usually Apple-exclusive MacPhun software developer has announced that it will introduce PC versions of two of its most popular applications. Both Aurora HDR and Luminar should be available for the Windows operating system by the autumn of this year.

Here's a list of free photography software you can try right now

Because free is better.

RawTherapee 5.1 released
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The update includes support for Pentax's Pixel Shift feature.

GIMP 2.8.22 fixes crash issues and 10-year-old bug

The free-to-use ‘Photoshop alternative’ is now in version 2.8.22 and includes fixes for a number of operations, such as drag-and-drop/copy-and-paste uses of the clipboard that could make the program crash.

Microsoft unveils Windows Story Remix, a video editor for Windows 10

The app provides a user-friendly way to mix photos and videos into movie clips with fun effects.

Capture One Pro 10.1 adds improved X-Trans support, PSD file viewing

An update to Phase One's Raw processing software claims better handling of Fujifilm Raws, Sony a9 support, workflow enhancements and ability to view PSD files.

Datacolor updates Spyder5 calibration software to add auto ambient light switching

Calibration company Datacolor has updated the Spyder5 software package that accompanies its Spyder5 monitor calibration devices for Pro and Elite customers. Read more

Fundy Suite offers wedding photographers tiered pricing for album design and sales tools

Fundy Software, maker of album-building and sales tools for wedding photographers, is updating its software set with additional features and a new tiered pricing structure. Read more

Adobe Lightroom CC 2015.9 arrives with new camera and lens support, loads of bug fixes

In addition to its Camera Raw update, Adobe has released Lightroom CC 2015.9, adding support for additional cameras and lens profiles, as well as nearly two dozen bug fixes. Read more

Flickr rolls out neural-network-based Similarity Search

Flickr has announced a new feature called Similarity Search, a deep neural network-based discovery engine that is designed to uncover a wider range of related image results than is possible under the current search system. Read more

RawTherapee 5.0 released with new tools, faster performance and bug fixes

Free raw photo-processing application RawTherapee has been updated to version 5.0, adding numerous features including support for both grayscale TIFF and JPEG along with 'over two years worth' of improvements, including cleaner code, unspecified bug fixes, and faster speeds. Read more

Grab a free copy of DxO OpticsPro 9 while you can

DxO is running a promotion through February giving away free licenses for OpticsPro 9, an older version of its Raw processing software. Read more

Capture One Pro 10.0.2 update adds new camera and lens support

Phase One's latest update for its Capture One Pro 10 software fixes a handful of bugs and adds support for more cameras and lenses. Read more

Creative Cloud subscribers in the UK and Sweden can expect price hikes starting next month

Citing 'fluctuating foreign exchange rates', Adobe has notified Creative Cloud subscribers in the UK and Sweden that they can expect increased fees. Read more

Adobe Creative Suite 6 has been officially retired

Adobe has officially put Creative Suite out to pasture, making Creative Cloud the exclusive means by which consumers can acquire Photoshop, Illustrator, and other Adobe creative applications. Read more

Iridient X-Transformer beta brings much-loved X-Trans processing to Windows

Iridient X-Transformer is a standalone utility that takes RAF files from Fujifilm cameras and demosaics them before saving them as DNG files. This means Windows users can now access the processing look that is popular among Mac-owning X-Trans shooters. Read more

GIMP seeks funding for future advanced features

The team behind open source image editing application GIMP is asking for financial support to help keep improving and adding new features to its software. Read more

Capture One Pro 10.0.1 released with new lens support and bug fixes

An update for Capture One Pro 10 fixes a number of bugs and adds support for eight Sony lenses. Read more

Voice-controlled photo editing: coming soon to Photoshop?

Adobe is experimenting with adding voice controlled photo editing to its mobile applications. Read more

CamFi launches Matrix software for multiple camera control

The maker of remote camera controller and image transmitter device CamFi has announced a new software package that allows CamFi users to control and trigger multiple cameras at the same time. Read more

Open source Lightroom plugin Focus Point Viewer highlights active focus points

An underwater photographer and software developer has launched a free, open source Adobe Lightroom plugin called Focus Point Viewer. Read more

Adobe Photoshop CC gains new MacBook Pro Touch Bar support

New MacBook Pro owners can now use their Touch Bars to access brush selection, favorite actions and layer properties in Photoshop CC. Read more

Affinity Photo for Windows now available, Mac version updated to 1.5

Following the beta announced last month, Serif has officially launched the finalized version of Affinity Photo for Windows. Read more

Adobe Lightroom CC and iOS updates add Reference View and new edit interface

An update for Lightroom CC adds an image comparison view, and an extensive update to Lightroom for iOS revises the editing interface and adds a 'Professional Mode' for better control over exposure settings. Read more

Ricoh Keenai photo management system launches with smart tagging

Ricoh has announced the launch of a new photo storage and management service called Keenai, which allows photographers to store and sync full resolution photos and videos across devices and includes smart tagging technologies. Read more

Faster operation and new sharpening tools for Phase One Capture One Pro 10

Camera, lens and software manufacturer Phase One has introduced a new version of its image manipulation software package that it says improves the speed at which it runs and which adds a collection of new editing tools – as well as compatibility with additional cameras and lenses. Read more

DxO ViewPoint 3 adds automatic distortion correction

DxO's wide-angle lens correction software gets an update to include automatic distortion corrections and a tilt-shift lens effect. Read more

Affinity Photo beta now available for Windows

Following the launch of a Mac version in summer 2015, Serif has announced the availability of Affinity Photo for Windows beta. Read more

Adobe announces Reuters partnership, Creative Cloud app updates

A partnership with Reuters brings the agency's photos into Adobe Stock's new editorial collection. Other CC app updates aim to streamline workflow for design professionals, with AI-driven features like visual search. Read more

Hasselblad introduces keystone and local highlight recovery in Phocus 3.1

Hasselblad has released the latest version of its Phocus software. Version 3.1 adds a new perspective control palette. Read more

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