Adobe Photoshop and Premiere Elements 10 released

>Adobe Systems, best known for its high end photo and video editing software, has announced the latest version of its consumer photo- and video-editing software for Windows and Mac is now available.

Adobe Photoshop and Premiere Elements 9 announced

Adobe Systems, best known for its high end photo and video editing software, today announced the latest version of its consumer photo- and video-editing software for Windows will be released this holiday season.

Google updates free Picasa photo management software

Google this week released the latest version of Picasa, its photo management and editing software.

New features include the ability ot batch upload multiple from Picasa to Picasa web albums, improved editing features thanks to Picnik integration, metadata enhancements, bug fixes and a cool new feature called face movies.

Google buys Picnik photo-editing website

On its official blog, Google announced yesterday that it had acquired Seattle based Picnik, an online photo-editing site.

Picnik was one of the first web sites to allow users to edit their photos online through a web browser rather than having to edit the photos in a PC based application.

Apple updates Aperture photo editing software

Apple has announced Aperture 3, the next major release of its photo editing and management software for Macs.

Version 3 has over 200 new features including improved face detection and recognition technology, improved tools for photo retouching, ready to use image adjustments that emulate various photo processing styles, a full screen browser for navigating your image library and GPS support and built-in geotagging.

Corel releases latest video and photo editing software

Ottawa based Corel Corporation today announced the latest version of its consumer photo-editing and video-editing software for Windows.

New features in PaintShop Photo Pro X3 photo-editing software include a new organizer, multi-photo adjustment feature, object extractor and a project creator.