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FX Photo Studio Pro: Level Up Your Photos with Ease [Review]



Every new Mac comes with iPhoto, which is getting better all the time. Still, it doesn’t have all of the features that are made for folks who are really into manipulating their photgraphs. Adobe’s Photoshop is often too much for the budding shooter (and cost prohibitive to boot), and image editors like Acorn – while simple to use and well-priced – don’t necessarily have the “feel” of iPhoto that many Mac users are used to.

This is where FX Photo Studio Pro by MacPhun ($40 in the Mac App Store) comes in.

Adobe Releases Photoshop and Premiere Elements 10 for Mac



Adobe has released the latest version of Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements for the Mac.

Both programs have reached version 10 and are available for a bundled price of only $149.99 to new customers. Photoshop Elements 10 allows users to “continue to expand the possibilities for organizing, editing and sharing photo creations.” Premiere Elements 10 continues to “deliver innovative new features” to those interested in consumer-level video editing.

This Week’s Must-Have iOS Apps: IM+ Pro, TweetyPop, Adobe Photoshop Touch & More!



At the top of this week’s list of must-have iOS applications is one of our favorite instant messaging tools: IM+ Pro. It has already featured in our list of the ‘Best iOS Apps for Instant Messaging‘, but the introduction of its new Neighbors service meant we couldn’t help but shout about it again.

TweetyPop is a super new Twitter application from TapFactory that allows you to view and interact with your tweets in a unique new way. It throws away the chronological list you get with every other Twitter client and delivers a 3 dimensional Twitter space.

Adobe first announced its first three Photoshop Touch applications at Photoshop World back in March, and they’re now available to download from the App Store. Color Lava, Eazel and Nav are all designed for the iPad and aim to enhance your desktop Photoshop experience with the help of a touch-based device.

Find out more about the applications above and check out OmniOutliner – this week’s final must-have – after the break.

Adobe Releases Lightroom 3.4 and Camera Raw 6.4 Beta RC Candidates


I use Adobe's Lightroom because of its excellent integration with Photoshop.
Adobe's Lightroom.

New beta Release Candidates of Lightroom 3.4 and Camera Raw 6.4 are available for immediate download on Adobe Labs.


The Release Candidates bring raw file support to seven popular camera models including Canon EOS Rebel T3i and Olympus E-PL1s, improve on lens correction profiles introduced in the Lightroom 3.3 and Camera Raw 6.3 releases, and add over 10 new lens profiles to help photographers automatically correct unwanted distortion and chromatic aberration.

Lightroom 3.4 RC is a free download for Lightroom 3 customers, and Camera Raw 6.4 RC is free for Photoshop CS5 customers. More information at Adobe Labs.

Her’s the list of newly supported cameras: