When it comes to editing your digital photographs, you want to feel confident with the package – not be overwhelmed by the information on the screen and be able to easily identify the tools you want. Which is why Paint Shop Pro has always been one of our favourites. Sure, it lacks many of the finer points of its far more impressive, and more expensive, Photoshop, but for the average user it’s all you really need.
So what does this latest overhaul offer that wasn’t already there? For starters, with the growing popularity in DSLR cameras, and the increased popularity of RAW files, support is now offered. The filter allows you to make a host of changes to everything from Brightness to colour sharpening.