Exposure provides essential tools for matching digital and film photos for Seattle-based hybrid adventure, lifestyle, and wedding photographer Kyle Ford, who uses both a film and a digital camera when he’s shooting.
Angie Lambert won our February photo contest. Learn about her and see the top ten images from last month in the announcement article.
Anthony Tokarz discusses his first experiences working with Exposure for photo organization, and how it replaced three other software programs in his post-processing workflow.
Oscar Pérez Fernández won our first monthly photo contest for 2017. Learn about him and see the top ten images from January in the announcement article.
Exposure’s History panel records each adjustment made while editing, right down to the precise setting of each control. You can retrace your creative edits to review what you did and try something new at a later date.
Watch our tutorial video demonstrating how to add software applications into Exposure as external editors. Integrating all your tools into one central post-processing app is one of the great benefits to using Exposure as the centerpiece of your workflow.
Many people have discovered that using Exposure is the fastest way to bring their images to life. We want to spread the word by sharing success stories about the users of our software. If you’re interested in joining the conversation, let’s talk.
Commercial portrait and wedding photographer Miguel Quiles teaches retouching techniques for perfect-looking skin using Exposure’s portrait editing tools.
Suzy Hanzlik won our last monthly photo contest for 2016. Learn about her and see some runner-up images from December.
Portrait and sports photographer Duncan Nicholls relies on our award-winning photo editing software Exposure to edit images shot in various lighting conditions with a consistent finish. Duncan explains how it gives his work an edge in this interview.