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The essence of this new Lightroom version is the improved ability to make your photos look as good as possible.
This powerful video app for the iPhone is designed with filmmakers in mind.
Percolator is not only a lot of fun, it produces some really interesting and artistic images.
AntiCrop enhances photos by filling in the missing parts.
Global Delight’s Game Your Video wants to make the video-editing process as simple as possible, and it does an excellent job of it.
Corel’s new AfterShot Pro isn’t refined enough yet to seriously challenge Lightroom and Aperture, but it can augment them.
From photography to music, app developers had plenty of offerings on display at Macworld | iWorld to stoke your creative muse.
If you want a fun way to share quality lo-fi photos with friends anywhere, Disposable Hipstamatic won't disappoint.
Snapseed on the Mac is an impressive photo-editing program that stays true to its successful iOS predecessor.
GroupShot is a powerful app that makes the complex task of creating a good group photo incredibly simple to accomplish.
Pixelmator 2.0 offers an incredibly rare combination of ease of use, powerful features, and a low price tag.
Falling under the category of single-purpose photo apps, Johan Andersson’s Image Blender makes it possible to combine two images into one seamless photo. And it does this simple task very well.
This simple and easy-to-use app for creating and sharing customized photo collages may not be the only photo framing app around, but its usability and emphasis on sharing make it stand out.
Updated for the holiday season, Storie offers a mix of photo effects and sharing techniques.
Macphun's Snapheal lets you easily erase undesired objects from your photographs, while also offering some basic photo-editing tools.