For over a decade I’ve been a dedicated and happy user of Adobe Photoshop for all my photo manipulation needs. From book cover creation to blog post headers the program has been invaluable. But now everything shifted to a subscription service. The result? I am moving over to Gimp, a freeware software. Zero cost and […]
If you think Photoshop is the most powerful tool in a photographer’s toolbox, think again. Whether you’re using freeware, Adobe Camera Raw, or Lightroom, Raw developing tools are the best way to turn good pictures into great ones.
I believe it was the great philosopher Mick Jagger who once said, "You can't always get what you want." So while you might have your eye on that $500 copy of Photoshop, your head is telling you that there's probably some freeware out there that will do the same thing for way less. We glanced over a few lists of the best-selling software on sites like Amazon.com or NewEgg and found free alternatives to some of the most popular applications.