Price: $29.99 (Mac App Store)
When digital High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography effects first appeared, the results often looked over-processed. With MacPhun’s new Aurora HDR you can make impressive images that don’t have that telltale HDR look. Aurora HDR is a Mac-only app specifically developed to produce these images. It’s a one-trick pony, but what a pony!
Adobe Photoshop Touch
Compatible with: iPad 2nd generation, 3rd generation, 4th generation, and iPad mini
Requires: iOS 5 or later
Adobe is a company that you know if you’ve edited photos before. Adobe Photoshop Touch has been optimised to work with the iPad mini as well as already working with the regular iPad. Enjoying editing photos as I do I was very happy to have a look at Adobe Photoshop Touch and see what it can give to its users.
FX Photo Studio
Company: MacPhun LLC
I love taking photos. If I see something I like I take a picture. The problem is not all pictures turn out as you want so they need editing and that’s where FX Photo Studio comes in.
Once installed it has easy to follow instructions which is a good thing if you’re not used to editing photos. FX Photo Studio allows you to upload pictures from your computer as well as drag and drop them. It also keeps a record of the last picture you were working on when FX Photo Studio was last open.
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Adobe Carousel is a new paid subscription photo catalog, sharing, and editing service that works between a user’s Macintosh and iOS devices. For this first look Nemo Memo introduction, I tested Carousel on a pre-unibody MacBook Pro Core 2 Duo and an iPad 2.
Macintosh OS X 10.7 Lion is required. For best results, upgrade your iPad to the latest iOS. Both of the above are available from Apple’s App Store. Carousel downloads are free, and installations are effortless on both computer and iPad.
Photoshop CS5 Extended
Price: $999 upgrade $349 (education pricing also available)
Last week you read (or should have read) part one of my Photoshop CS5 review. This week you get part two which includes more new features discussed and my conclusion. Is it worth the price of upgrading? Read on to find out!