The Mac does not want for handy and capable photo editors. From the free and surprisingly powerful Photos for MacOS to the 800-pound Photoshop gorilla, Mac users have a quite a few useful photographymore
The Mac does not want for handy and capable photo editors. From the free and surprisingly powerful Photos for MacOS to the 800-pound Photoshop gorilla, Mac users have a quite a few useful photography apps for editing images.
For those still recovering from using iPhoto, its replacement, Photos, is worth a look. It provides a surprisingly solid collection of editing tools and stands out with its ability to organize images using facial, object, and scene recognition.
For $29.99, Pixelmator includes painting tools, layers, effects, and color correction as well as basic photo editing capabilities. It's an affordable choice for image editing on a Mac.
The photography tools everything else gets compared to. For $9.99 a month, you can subscribe to Adobe's Photography bundle, which includes Photoshop and Lightroom. Between the two, you'll have just about everything you need to create, edit, organize, and share images.
If you need a professional-grade photo editor but are on a budget, the highly regarded Affinity Photo offers a broad collection of sophisticated tools for $49.99. It lacks some of the polish of Adobe Photoshop but offers much of its editing horsepower.
Google Photos offers helpful organization, useful editing tools, and cloud storage -- all for free. Unless you are a looking for industrial-strength features, it may have all you need in a photo service.