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Meghan Boilard

HDRtist Review: What We Thought of Ohanaware’s HDR Software

HDR editing is becoming increasingly popular, and with dedicated HDR software on the market, you might be considering investing in some of the software. HDRtist is Ohanaware’s specialist HDR software and today, we’re going to put it to the test to give you an HDRtist review! HDRtist Review: Some Important Things to Note As a

Meghan Boilard

Our Review of PortraitPro 18 – Is This Software Worth It?

Portrait photography can be a pretty demanding genre of photography. With clients that have high expectations, it can be hard to produce images that please. Thankfully, specialist editing software for portrait photographers has been produced. One of these types of software is PortraitPro 18. In this article, we’re going to give you a full PortraitPro

Rajib Mukherjee

Capture One Pro Review: How Does The Latest Software Check Out?

This is a review of the latest version of Capture One Pro. Phase One’s popular RAW processor and image editor has a new release – version 12. In this Capture One Pro review, we look at its new features. You can follow along the steps I take and try the software yourself by installing a

Paul Skidmore

Sirv Review – Advanced Image Management and Delivery

Image management and optimization are vital in modern digital businesses. In this Sirv review, we look at why this platform is useful, and how it could help your online business. Sirv is an image management tool that provides numerous services that help you manage and optimize your images. Read our Sirv review to find out

Gemma Walker

How To Post On Instagram From Laptop & Desktop Computers

Eager to learn how to post on Instagram from laptop or desktop computers? You’re not alone! Instagram started out as an exclusive iOS app and later opened its gates to the Android community. And, being such a great way to share images, there’s no wonder people want to be able to utilize it using their

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