If you are interested in switching from Adobe Lightroom to Exposure, this article shows you how.
Our top five blog articles this year cover lots of helpful subjects. For example, Jeremy Chan teaching color grading with Exposure and when our CEO shared his vision for Exposure’s future.
Acclaimed educator and travel and stock photographer Scott Stulberg tells us how he got his wonderful portrait shot that is the showcase image for Exposure X3.
Want to help guide the development of future versions of Exposure? Now you can do so by responding to a quick survey and telling us what you’d like to see in future releases.
Exposure’s virtual copies functionality enables you edit multiple variations of a single photo without filling up disk space with duplicate image files. Learn how virtual copies will enhance your creativity in this tutorial video.
The future of Lightroom may be uncertain, but the future of Exposure is clear. Exposure will continue to provide photographers with unmatched creative editing, powerful organizing tools, reliability, and speed. There are no subscriptions, proprietary storage, or tiered storage plans.
The 2.8 update to Exposure X2 is now available. It adds support for many new cameras, as well as for Wacom tablets. If you own Exposure X2, you can download it for free.
Exposure X3 is now available! It's the latest version of Exposure, our award-winning creative photo editor, and includes new features that greatly enhance your ability to create beautiful images and master your workflow.
There are several workflow enhancements coming in Exposure X3 that will make photo management simple. The new collections feature helps you manage your photo projects with lots of flexibility. Learn how in our video.
With the release of Exposure X3 coming soon, it’s a good time to share a few thoughts about what precautions we take when creating stable, high-quality software our users can rely on.