There are limitations which could dent Google Photos' appeal for serious photographers, but for casual snappers it looks brilliant.
We check out a late beta version to see if Affinity Photo really does have the muscle to take on Photoshop.
Adobe's professional image cataloguing tool gets some major new features, and it's still available as a standalone app.
iPhoto was Apple's consumer orientated photo organizer and most agreed it was showing its age. But isn't Photos supposed to replace Aperture too?
Mini reviewIf you want to shoot in low light you have to put up with high ISOs and noisy images, but Macphun's new app can fix that gritty look in moments.
Mini reviewIt's specialised and sometimes complicated, but DxO's RAW conversion and lens correction program can produce amazing transformations.
Mini reviewIt looks like a low-priced added-value version of Lightroom but risks being out-valued by the real thing.
Mini reviewLike other camera makers, Nikon makes its own, dedicated raw conversion software. It's free, but is it worth using?