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.
April Milani won our monthly photo contest for August. Learn more about her and check out some of the great-looking entries from the contest.
Thanks to everyone for using #myexposureedit on Instagram. The photos tagged are phenomenal. These are some of our favorites.
Anna Smolens won our monthly photo contest for July. Learn more about her and her work, and check out some of the great-looking entries from the contest.
Photographer and educator Kate Hailey tells us why she edits RAW photos taken with Fujifilm cameras and lenses using Exposure rather than Lightroom.
Eduardo Barbosa won our monthly photo contest for June. Learn more about him and see some of the beautiful images shared last month.
Revolutionizing the Photo Editing Workflow: Interview with Photographer, Instructor, and Sony Artisan Miguel Quiles
We chatted with New Jersey photographer, educator, and Sony Artisan Miguel Quiles about how Exposure has revolutionized his photo editing workflow.
Last month, Google announced that it was discontinuing updates for the Nik Collection of photo editing plugins that it bought in 2012. This means that