Create and edit photos using layers, effects, and other tools.
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A strong competitor to the likes of Adobe Photoshop Elements, this photography program normally sells for $100.
This powerful photo/video-editing bundle has a list price of $150. And it actually comes in a box, for those who like their software old-school.
Picnik is shutting down for good on April 19. We'll show you a few alternatives to consider.
Pay for software? That's crazy talk. Today's the day to name your freeware favorites--and learn what programs your fellow cheapskates love.
On Tom's last Real Deal podcast, he gives us his favorite tips (including best keyboard shortcut ever), we answer listener calls, and we announce the show's new co-host.
Are you afraid of how much information Google has about you? You can live without them.
Tom and Rafe discuss the apps they put on first thing when they get a new computer.
Once you get that new Windows 7 computer, here are the apps you need to install.
You don't need Photoshop to create a digital masterpiece -- in fact, all you need is a browser. We've picked seven unique, unusual or powerful online image editors