CameraBag handles all photo tasks, from basic adjustments and cropping to powerful high-end controls, and it features the modern and vintage styles we're known for. But it's also more than that: we've rethought what modern photo editing should be. The result is something completely new.
Reviewing 2 Beta 105d (Mar 7, 2012)
This is not freeware. The final is out and it costs $29 USD
I like this program. It can save you hours of mucking about in Photoshop or looking for tutorials trying to achieve a certain stylized look. It's very easy to navigate and offers customization to the presets with the ability to save new ones.
It's certainly not going to replace Photoshop or LIghtroom but it can be used as a very nice compliment or for those who just want to add a little something to their photos
Reviewing 2 Beta 105 (Jan 19, 2012)
Very interesting. Quick and easy to use. I may update this after playing with it for a while but so far -- only a quick overview -- it's a worthy program. May not be everyone's cup of tea but it's a lot of fun to play with. It's not going to either replace DxO Optics, my main processing program, but it's a whole different course for the not-so-serious photographer who wants to have some fun.
Reviewing 2 Beta 102 (Dec 22, 2011)
Free beta testers.
Reviewing 2 Beta 102 (Dec 21, 2011)
"Free Trial", it appears.
"Use it as much as you like -- no restrictions -- throughout the beta period, and then let us know what you think."
After beta ...
Reviewing 2 Beta 101 (Dec 8, 2011)
Downloaded and played with it. It's a mini gold mine. Very easy to use and the only limit is your imagination.
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