What is the best photo editing software? Recently we reviewed 6 of the top image-editing programs on the market. In our latest Raw Tuesday post we put them all head-to-head to find out which is the best photo editing software, offering photographers the most complete package of features and ease of use along with value for money.
On paper, Serif’s photo editing software PhotoPlus matches Photoshop – but how easy is it to use? Find out in our Serif PhotoPlus X6 review.
What are the best memory cards on the market? We compare six Compact Flash and SDHC cards to find out which one offers the best combination of storage, speed and value for money.
Mixing stability with advanced features to suit all kinds of shooting scenarios, here are six of the best budget tripods available. Find out how we rate them.
If you want soft, even lighting, you’re going to want a flashgun. But what is the best camera flash for portrait photography? We took 6 of the best models available.
The Nikon WR-1 wireless remote controller lets Nikon photographers take control from a distance. Our head of testing got use this new Nikon accessory, announced at the same time as the Nikon D7100. Here are her first impressions.
What are the best graduated neutral density filters on the market? We take six of the top graduated ND filters on the market and put them to the test to find out.
We test the Lee Filters Seven5 Micro Filter System, the new filter kit designed specifically for compact system cameras. Is this the perfect filter kit for CSC users?
Studio flash kits can help you take complete control of your portrait photography. But which are the best studio flash kits available, and which one gives you the most versatile lighting? We test 6 of the best studio flash kits on the market to find out.
In our DxO Optics Pro 8 review we weigh the pros and cons of this photo editing software to determine if it’s the perfect Photoshop alternative for photographers.