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Our photo processing and editing software reviews will help you make the most of your digital darkroom. Visit us before investing in digital imaging software.

Perfect Photo Suite 8
A collection of slick apps to handle your complete photo workflow
Perfect Photo Suite 8Historically, photo software could be divided into three basic types: organizers, editors and special-effects filters.

Pixelmator 3.0 FX
An update to this pro-grade image editor for mac os x adds new tools and refines old ones
Pixelmator 3.0 FXOne of the reasons why it's possible for Pixelmator to deliver so much for so little is that it harnesses technologies already built into OS X, like Core Image.

Top Black & White Software
Apps dedicated to black-and-white conversion for pro results
Top Black & White SoftwareUnlike analog film photography, in the digital era, photographers generally shoot in color and then convert their images to black-and-white using digital software.

Adobe Photoshop Elements 11
The latest generation of the popular photo organizing and editing program adds to its versatility and power
Adobe Photoshop Elements 11For some photographers, Photoshop is an essential part of their workflow.

Photoshop Lightroom 4
New tools for organizing and enhancing, plus support for video clips
Photoshop Lightroom 4Photoshop CS is the undisputed leader in digital imaging, but for many photographers, it contains a lot of tools that are rarely used, if at all.

Corel PaintShop Pro X4
A redesigned interface, HDR processing, and new effects and filters round out this versatile image editor’s key features
Corel PaintShop Pro X4With a revised interface and several helpful new tools, Corel PaintShop Pro X4 is a significant upgrade from the previous version. The image management and editing software takes care of your organizing, editing and sharing needs.

Pixelmator 2.0
Powerful photo editing for Mac at a very affordable price
Pixelmator 2.0Now in its second version, Pixelmator debuted in 2007, but gained more notoriety with the launch of the Mac App Store in 2011.

Do You Need Photoshop?
The venerable powerhouse application does it all, but there are alternatives that may be better suited to your needs
Do You Need Photoshop?Now in its 12th major release, Photoshop is essentially synonymous with image editing for photographers and creatives.

Silver Efex Pro 2
The sequel to one of our favorite specialized apps adds refined controls and new finishing options
Silver Efex Pro 2For professional-strength black-and-white conversion made easy, it's hard to beat Nik Software's Silver Efex Pro.

Portrait Professional 10
A smart way to touch up your people pictures
Portrait Professional 10For portrait shots that sometimes look less than perfect, you can make a dramatic improvement in just a few minutes with the latest version of Portrait Professional.


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