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.
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Adobe targets the consumer and enthusiast photography audience with this version of its Lightroom professional photo workflow program. It's slick and nimble, and now boasts most of Lightroom Classic's photo-editing tools, but still lacks some workflow features, local printing, and plug-in support.
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'd want.
The world's best image-editing software adds Cloud Documents for syncing to Photoshop on iPad, AI-powered Objects Selection and Content-Aware Fill, along with improved gradients, patterns, and more.
Adobe is marking the milestone with improvements to the Content-Aware Fill and Lens Blur tools, faster performance for common operations, and new additions to Photoshop for iPad.
Support for Photoshop Big (PSB) files, along with a slew of other updates, comes to Lightroom, Lightroom Classic, and Adobe Camera Raw.
ACDSee's pro-level tool offers many powerful photo organizing and editing tools, combining functions of both Lightroom and Photoshop, but its interface can get overwhelming, and it falls short of competitors in raw camera file conversion and usability.
Zoner Photo Studio X is a full photo editing toolkit, with workflow, corrections, effects, online galleries, print ordering, and even Photoshop-like layer editing, but it's slower than competitors and lacks some state-of-the-art features.
Photo workflow and editing program CyberLink PhotoDirector offers a smooth interface and powerful capabilities. New in this version are a de-blur tool, improved color replacement, more layer options, and new text effects.
VSCO is a photo editing and sharing app that's more artsy and low-pressure than Instagram, which has become a war for the most likes.
Though it's still not a complete photo workflow solution, DxO PhotoLab can deliver image results beyond what's possible in other photo software.
Phase One Capture One offers pro and prosumer digital photographers excellent detail from raw camera files, as well as local adjustment, advanced color, and layer tools, but it still trails in photo-organizing features.
Adobe Photoshop Elements is an excellent option for photo hobbyists who don't want to pay a subscription. You get many of Photoshop's best features with more ease of use.