Imaging software news

  • Google launches Picasa 3

    Google launches Picasa 3

    Google's photo application, Picasa, has been taken out of beta and there are plenty of new features for users who choose to upgrade. 3

  • Adobe soups up Photoshop with Pixel Bender

    Adobe soups up Photoshop with Pixel Bender

    Adobe Systems on Monday launched a technology called Pixel Bender that brings new effects to Photoshop — and some new work for often-idle computer graphics chips. 1

  • Adobe's Lightroom 2.1 brings fixes, camera support

    Adobe Systems plans to release an update to Lightroom and a Photoshop CS4 plug-in for processing raw images, bringing the software up-to-date with many of the latest SLR cameras.

  • Interactive Flickr: Now for everyone

    Yahoo has finished a redesign of its Flickr home page that emphasises the photo-sharing site's social aspects.

  • Adobe embraces latest Canon, Nikon, Sony SLRs

    Adobe embraces latest Canon, Nikon, Sony SLRs

    Adobe Systems has updated Photoshop's ability to deal with raw-format images from several of the latest SLR cameras.

  • Adobe defends Aussie CS4 price hike

    Global software giant Adobe has defended recommending local prices for its new Creative Suite 4 software packages that could see Australians paying hundreds of dollars more in real terms than US residents for the same products. 7

  • Flickr revamp spotlights photos, social features

    Flickr revamp spotlights photos, social features

    Yahoo is trying to improve how people can use its Flickr photo-sharing site with a home page revamp. Next up: better photo pages, too.

  • Google adds Android app for Flickr photos

    Google adds Android app for Flickr photos

    Google's Photostream will let phones running its Android phone operating system view photos stored at Yahoo's Flickr photo-sharing site. 1

  • Revamped Google Picasa site identifies photo faces

    Revamped Google Picasa site identifies photo faces

    A new face recognition feature on Google's Picasa Web Albums will help users label their photos with the names of subjects. That and other changes to the photo-sharing site are joined by a new beta version of the accompanying Picasa 3.0 photo-editing software. 3

  • Adobe releases Photoshop and Premiere Elements 7

    Adobe has announced the latest offering in its Photoshop line: Elements 7.

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