Pixelmator Photo new features Following the recent update of Pixelmator Photo, I had a chance to play with it. From what I'm seeing, this photo editing app for iPadOS is getting really serious. Now fully supporting iPadOS 13, this update brings quite a few notable features. Importing RAW images from the document browser Support for... Continue Reading →
Today I tested iPadOS 13 beta 2 ability to import RAW images from an SD card straight from my Nikon D750 so I can do my editing process on the iPad. I attempted editing one of the RAW image with Apple’s Photos.app, Pixelmator Photo and Darkroom. I’ll skip the importation process as this will be... Continue Reading →
Today is the official release of Pixelmator Photo, a new and capable photo editor at a bargain price for the iPad. I had a chance to try the application for a week. Here are my observations. But first, let me express my love for this company and everything they do. Pixelmator Photo welcome screen My... Continue Reading →
I don't know much about Affinity Photos on the Mac but I do on iOS. I guess there aren't a lot of differences. I know quite a bit about Luminar and I like it. Pixelmator is nice too, better design than the others. I always think this is something Apple could have designed back in... Continue Reading →
Apple selected Pixelmator Pro as the Mac App Store of the year 2018 and this is very well deserved. I'm using this app more and more and I really like it. For exemple, I setup Adobe Lightroom in order to export a photo into Pixelmator Pro for edit. I use this when I want to... Continue Reading →
While waiting for my brand new 11" iPad Pro to arrive, I thought I would share what applications I used to do photography processing on my iPad. I use many of them, not all of them all the time though. Here are a few comments about a few of them. Adobe Lightroom CC is the... Continue Reading →
PageMaker was the killer app that made the Macintosh what it became... Here is something that could be a pivotal moment in the history of the iPad: Photoshop for iPad. Yes, nearly eight years after its creation. Better late than never. Yes, I know about PixelMator, Lightroom and the like. But, Photoshop is emblematic.