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The Best 3 Photo RAW Converters of 2013

While most casual photographers still shoot in JPEG, there’s no denying that RAW gives unparalleled control. And what’s really exciting is that with each new generation of software, the processing becomes even more powerful, allowing one to revisit old photos and get even more “punch” out of them. In this article I’ll review the best new RAW processors: Adobe Lightroom 4, DXO 8 and Capture One Pro 7

A review of Photoshop Touch for the iPad

Introduction

After what seemed like an eternity, the world’s most powerful and popular photo-editing software makes it appearance in probably the world’s most loved tablet – the iPad 2. The way the iPad is growing in its functionality, popularity and usability, it was about time that it provided a way to edit and work with photographs too. Priced between $8-9, the Adobe Photoshop Touch is one of the most expensive apps ever. Though it does not hold the powerful capabilities of its desktop versions, it definitely provides sufficient control and playability for the user. Here is a candid assessment of the Touch PS for the Apple iOS. Read more

RAW deathmatch – Lightroom 3 vs DXO 6 vs Capture One 5 vs Bibble 5

With new releases in RAW processing software, I decided to take a look at the newest professional programs and see how they measure up in terms of image quality, features, UI and speed. The results will surprise you. Read more

A photographer’s secret weapon – Portrait Professional 9

Portrait retouching. Everybody does it. In many cases is common knowledge, in fact it’s expected – “of course it’s photoshopped”. From the now famous Dove commercial to the ridiculous Ralph Lauren ad, portrait retouching is a very sensitive area yet part of everyday life. Read more