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Pixelmator Photomator 3.3 update released, adds file explorer editing functionality

Photomator 3.3 Adds a Powerful New File Browser to the Photo Editor

Pixelmator has released a significant update to Photomator, its award-winning photo editing app for Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Vision Pro. Photomator 3.3 includes a powerful new file browser built on native macOS functionality, promising a fast and convenient photo browsing and editing experience, no matter where photographers keep their files.

Polarr Next AI-powered web app for photo editing

Polarr Next is a Web-Based, AI-Powered Photo Editor Made for Pros

Polarr has launched the Polarr Next Public Beta 1.0. Building on the company's experience with artificial intelligence and photo editing solutions, Polarr Next is "the world's first user-trainable AI photo editor that adapts to user inputs in real-time," promising to "revolutionize" how professional photographers work with large batches of RAW images.

Cyme photo editing app breakdown

The Editing Apps That Won Photographers Over in 2023

Cyme makes macOS software for photographers, including Avalanche and the photo cataloging app Peakto. Whereas Peakto helps photographers organize their photos across multiple locations and apps, Avalanche allows users to migrate their photos from one editing app to another easily.

Two versions of the same image of a girl in a wheat field with drastically different colors.

What is Color Space and Why Does it Matter?

For most photographers, color is a crucial component of their images. As a result, it only makes sense to want the colors that you envision to come through in the same way when others view your photographs. That can be easier said than done, however.

MSI Creator Z17HX Review: Fast, Color Accurate, Fatally Flawed

The Creator Z17HX Studio is MSI’s attempt to give photographers and video editors the fit and finish of an Apple laptop, the color accuracy of a studio-grade computer display, and the performance that comes with the newest Intel and NVIDIA hardware. The good news is that MSI delivers surprisingly well on all of these promises; the bad news is that it had to make one huge compromise along the way.