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Corel takes a bite of raw photography with Bibble buy

At CES, the image-editing software company will introduce new photo software based on Bibble's raw-processing technology, the company's president says.

By January 9, 2012


Long-awaited Bibble 5 raw photo editor arrives

Bibble 5 Pro is out, bringing higher performance and a higher price to the raw-photo editing and cataloging software. Also new: selective editing.

By December 30, 2009


Bibble software gets new SLR support

Bibble's raw-image editing software now supports multiple new SLR cameras, including the Canon EOS-1D Mark III among others.

By June 8, 2007


Samsung YP-K5: Boop bip beep bibble

Hey hoodie! Come get your greasy little hands on Samsung's latest offering. A built-in speaker ensures maximum anti-social potential. Wutang!

By September 19, 2006


Corel unveils AfterShot Pro, picks fight with Adobe Lightroom

Windows multimedia mainstay Corel today introduces AfterShot Pro, a powerful photography workflow program tailor-made for professionals and high-level enthusiasts.

By January 9, 2012


Corel acquiring Roxio line as old guard consolidates

As the software business shifts toward mobile and Web apps, Corel plans to raise its profile for PC programs.

By January 13, 2012


New DxO Optics Pro aims for lower photo noise

DxO Labs says the new version of its raw image editing software can cut noise to extend camera abilities by a full F-stop.

By November 3, 2009


Underexposed blog: Links of the day

Apple enfeebles DTrace...Lightroom documentation gripes and fixes...Nikon D3 noise comparison...David Pogue on SLR restrictions...Corel PhotoImpact X3.

By January 23, 2008


Capture One 4 raw-image software released

Phase One has released its new version of a venerable program used to edit raw images from higher-end cameras.

By December 20, 2007


Indecent Exposure 28: Inquiry and explanation

All Q&A all the time: Tethered Live View shooting, how old is too old for a dSLR and software for shooters. Plus news, of course

By November 6, 2008