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Corel AfterShot Pro photo manager plays well in the big leagues

At a Glance

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  • AfterShot Pro
    3.5/5
    $100.00
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Pros

  • Fast decoding of raw files, even on a laptop
  • Plug-in support for a variety of tools
  • Perfectly Clear and lens correction tools included
  • Decode or edit images on the fly without a catalog
  • Easy to use Layers implementation
  • Completely non-destructive workflow
  • Excellent raw file support across camera brands

Cons

  • Dialog boxes don’t feel Mac-like
  • File output limited to TIFF and JPEG
  • Lack of importing tool for those who want it
  • Mediocre sharpening tools
  • Library management less refined than competition
  • Can’t export slide shows for outside display
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