For a chance to be featured in one of our daily Instagram reposts, use our #myexposureedit hashtag on the best work you create using Exposure. Learn more about submitting, and see some of our favorite posts using that tag.
Exposure X4 is now available! It's the newest version of our award-winning photo editor and organizer and includes powerful new features and a giant leap forward in RAW processing.
Join us on July 26th at 5PM EDT for an Exposure X3 photo editing workflow with accomplished photographer Kevin Mullins. Kevin will be demonstrating his full workflow and answering questions. Space is limited, so sign up today.
Join our Black and White Portraits photo contest with GreyLearning on Facebook and Instagram. Use #blackandwhiteportraitsphotocontest, #alienskinphotocontest, and #alienskinexposure to enter. Submit before August 3rd.
As part of our 25th anniversary celebration, we interviewed Fujifilm photographer and FujiLove Magazine founder Tomash Trzebiatowski, who recently began using Exposure to replace his Lightroom workflow.
As part of our 25th anniversary celebration, we interviewed acclaimed landscape photographer Tony Sweet, a long-time user of Exposure, to get his thoughts on his many years using the product.
Join our Perfect Portrait photo contest with Westcott on Facebook and Instagram. Use #perfectportraitphotocontest, #alienskinphotocontest, and #alienskinexposure to enter. Submit before June 1st.
Our Vivid Celebration photo contest with Fundy Software is now underway. You have from now until April 6th to enter your best work on Facebook and Instagram. The grand prize is a copy of Exposure X3 and Fundy Software’s Lite Suite. Use #vividcelebrationphotocontest, #alienskinphotocontest, and #alienskinexposure to enter your images for a chance to win.
Join our Winter Light photo contest with Pixellu on Facebook and Instagram from now until February 21st. Use #winterlightphotocontest, #alienskinphotocontest, and #alienskinexposure to enter your images for a chance to win.
The more information you add to your images using keywords, the more potential value your images have. You can easily find the precise image you’re looking for in Exposure using keywords.