Whether you're a casual smartphone shooter or a professional using an SLR, software can get the most out of your images. We help you find the best photo editing software for your needs.
Also, Photoshop for iPad gets the beloved Healing Brush and Magic Wand tools, Sky Replacement and Transform Warp tools see big improvements on the desktop, and a new Discover panel boosts productivity.
Corel continues to add new photo editing possibilities to its PaintShop Pro software, making it a worthy Photoshop alternative on Windows for a budget-conscious, one-time price.
ON1 Photo RAW is brimming with editing tools and offers a great selection of high-quality filter effects, but its interface is dense, and the program is short on organization and output options.
Unlimited photo storage may be gone, but Google Photos still has plenty to offer. Here's everything you need to know about Google's photo storage and editing service.
Adobe's Photoshop Lightroom remains the gold standard in pro photo workflow software. It's a complete package, with top-notch organization tools, state of-the-art adjustments, and all the output and printing options you could want.
Adobe targets photography enthusiasts with this newer version of its Lightroom professional photo workflow program. Slick and nimble, it now boasts most of Lightroom Classic's photo-editing tools, but still lacks some workflow features, local printing, and plug-in support.
Adobes’ entry-level photo editing app is a freemium offering that lets you do some cool things with photos for free, but you'll need to pay to access to its best features.
The world's best image editing software adds mind-blowing neural filters, automatic sky replacement, and even better selection tools.
The Nik Collection is an iconic name in photo editing. DxO has revived the software, updating it for 64-bit operating systems and offering other improvements.
Google's online photo app and service is still a terrific product with some smart AI tools, but the company no longer offers free unlimited storage.
Locked Folders are coming first to Google Pixel smartphones; the feature will roll out to more Android devices 'throughout the year,' Google says.
When it comes to editing digital photos on an Apple computer, there are plenty of options. These are the top performers in our testing.
DxO PureRAW is a utility that runs your raw camera files through DxO’s state-of-the-art image optimizations so that you start photo-editing sessions with better images.
Adobe Photoshop Elements is an excellent option for photo hobbyists who don't want to pay a subscription or learn complex Photoshop techniques.
Photo workflow and editing program CyberLink PhotoDirector offers a smooth interface and powerful tools. New in this version are a sky replacement tool, GIF animations, stock photos, glitch effects, people selection, and more.
Are you looking to convert a png to jpg or vice versa? How about a WebP file? Fear not, there are built-in tools on your PC and Mac, as well as third-party options, to help you get the job done.
Still, we ran the tests and the improvement is early evidence that M1-powered Macs can offer an advantage over competing machines for creative pros who use Adobe’s products frequently.
Affinity Photo includes many of the editing tools we associate with Photoshop, at a more attractive price. But it lacks the polish and advanced capabilities found in Adobe’s software.