Photo Apps

Adobe stops selling Creative Suite

Up until the beginning of this year, customers could still purchase CS6 from Adobe’s website. However, as of 9 January this year Adobe has updated its CS6 landing page and no longer offers the standalone package.

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Macphun Luminar software is customisable and adapts to your skill level

Tweet Macphun has announced its new Luminar editing software, an ambitious new photo editing tool that is designed to adapt to its users’ skill levels and personal preferences. Macphun Luminar’s user interface is fully customisable and allows its users to re-design the interface according to the task at hand, whether it’s a quick fix or a more advanced editing procedure. Luminar also comes equipped with 35 imaging filters, such as Tone & Tone & Exposure, Bi-Color, Photo Filter Emulation, Cross-Processing and Detail Enhancement, each offering multiple points of adjustment to fine-tune the look of an image. You can also...

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Desktop video editing with GoPro’s latest app

Tweet  GoPro have long led the action camera market, with the compact video camera that will go with you anywhere. Yet despite the quality until now it’s been a real pain to get that video bashed into shape and uploaded. The editing issue has finally been solved with the acquisition of two new apps by GoPro; Quik a handy auto video editor and Splice, a mobile app that packs some serious video editing clout. The Splice mobile app is available for iOS devices and enables you to cut clips together, trim the length, add music, effects and titles. The end results is surprisingly professional and there’s plenty of...

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Auto edit your action camera videos with GoPro’s new apps

Tweet GoPro’s compact tough go anywhere camera design means that we can now capture action in a way that wasn’t possible before. However whilst the GoPro Hero cameras make it easier for us to capture video there’s still the process of editing and uploading movies to their final destination. To help tackle video editing on the move GoPro have announced two new mobile apps, Quik and Splice. These will join their existing GoPro mobile app that enables you to connect wirelessly from the GoPro to your mobile device. The two new apps are both designed to make editing on the move...

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Is the consumer camera dead?

Is the consumer camera dead? Photographer Tony Northrup poses the question of whether smartphones have dealt a devastating blow and begins an interesting discussion about what the future holds for consumer cameras.

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