Category Archives: Photography

Bye, Aperture

Aperture is a professional photo editing software. In its days of fame, it competed with big names like Adobe Lightroom. Aperture’s current version originates in 2010. Mac computers are often chosen by photographers, artists, musicians and movie creators, so it was a surprise when Apple decided to discontinue Aperture back in 2014, which was very popular between photographers.… Read More »

Tip: how to add custom LUTs directly to Luminar and Aurora HDR for Mac

Luminar and Aurora HDR are my apps of choice for “common” and HDR photos. Tidy user interface combined with powerful photo-editing features in both of apps make them a beast for both professional and amateur photographers. Unlike products from Adobe, there is no subscription, Skylum releases new major versions every year with about 50% discount for those who… Read More »

Affinity Publisher is here

Adobe products are here for years and became the industry standard. Since Adobe changed its pricing policy and turned into subscription model, many users are finding alternatives. The best competitor is Serif. It released Affinity Photo as Adobe Photoshop killer and Affinity Designer to replace Adobe Illustrator. Serif released its product for Mac and Windows, and, of course,… Read More »

How to remote control FiLMiC Pro – the best video-recording app

If you are about recording your movie with iOS device(s), it’s all about FiLMiC Pro. With its superior features, like extreme high recording bitrate, real-time histogram and wide accessories support, and if we add LumaFusion – the best video editor for iPad – you can have the ultimate mobile recording studio. But did you know, that FiLMiC Pro… Read More »

Luminar 2019 will be free for existing customers with many great features!

Alpha and Omega of today’s photography is Lightroom from Adobe. Many companies tried to make an alternative, but Lightroom is still considered as industry standard. On Mac platform, in the past, it was all about Lightroom from Adobe or Aperture from Apple, but Apple abandoned Aperture replacing with brand-new Photos app, which still did not reach even old… Read More »