Capture One 22 Pro review

Capture One 22 Pro is the most obvious example of a RAW editor that’s reached the pinnacle of its capabilities. There’s no further improving on features already available, so the developers start adding new ones. In this case, it’s the ability to create panoramic photos and true multi-photo HDR, in addition to wireless tethering for Canon cameras and AI-driven batch-capable rotation.… Read More Capture One 22 Pro review

DxO Photolab 5 supporting Fujifilm big time and other improvements

Every year DxO releases a new version of Photolab and this year was no exception. Photolab 5 comes with better IPTC metadata and keyword editing capabilities as well as synchronisation with Adobe Lightroom, a new U-Point control, DeepPRIME and support for Fujifilm X-Trans cameras and lenses.… Read More DxO Photolab 5 supporting Fujifilm big time and other improvements

Review of the Honeywell Voyager XP 1472g barcode scanner — great for scanning passwords and managing archives

You can use a barcode scanner for anything from managing book collections and movies on Blu-Ray discs, to consumer products. You can also use barcodes and a scanner to know what’s on your driver’s licence, tax receipt, passport and more.… Read More Review of the Honeywell Voyager XP 1472g barcode scanner — great for scanning passwords and managing archives

NeoFinder 7 is a full-scale macOS Digital Asset Management app

NeoFinder 7 is a cataloguing app for photos and everything else. It finds items incredibly fast and has no trouble creating catalogues containing thousands of files. It has exellent support for EXIF and XMP/IPTC metadata. With a Business User licence, you can actually store your database on a server and access it from multiple Macs that run NeoFinder.… Read More NeoFinder 7 is a full-scale macOS Digital Asset Management app