Corel AfterShot Pro 3 Photo Editing Software

November 29, 2016 - Comment

Edit faster, deliver higher quality images sooner and get back behind the camera where you belong with Corel AfterShot Pro 3, the world’s fastest RAW photo-editing software. Brand and protect your work with new Watermarking. Enhanced Highlight Recovery, including a range control, helps you regain more detail in overexposed images. Save editing time with new Blemish Remover tools, comprehensive batch processing and a new Image Preset Library-after all, time is money. Tailor your software to meet your needs by making your own lens corrections and plugins, and easily updating camera profiles. Powerful, affordable and subscription–free, AfterShot Pro 3 is the fastest way to sort, select and perfect your photos.

Product Features

  • Faster photo workflow gets you back to your camera sooner
  • Sort, organize and view all your photos in one place, quickly and easily with flexible file management options that can save you time-after all, time is money.
  • Powerful batch processing controls and presets let you automate repetitive tasks and quickly bring out the best in every image.
  • Protect and promote your work with versatile and quick–to–apply new Watermarking features.
  • Regain more of the detail and tone from your overexposed photos with enhanced Highlight Recovery


Tom Steele says:

A good, inexpensive alternative to Lightroom and/or Aperture I was not very familiar with AfterShot Pro. I am a huge fan of PaintShop Pro and have been using it for years. So I was curious to see if this might be a replacement to PaintShop Pro (PSP) or a useful addition to it for my needs. I am not a professional photographer, but I am a bit of an enthusiast. I own several DSLR cameras and quality lenses and have taken some photos that have been used in professional magazines and other professional venues. But it is a hobby for me and certainly not my…

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Brian R. says:

Great workflow and balance of power and simplicity. I feel like this software is a good balance of power and simplicity. I’ve been a Photoshop Elements user for quite a number of years. I’ve always been put off by the way you have to import files and how editing was always a bit of a separate task from editing and cataloging. AfterShot Pro combines both really well. It lets you use your native file folder organization directly yet you can still create custom “collections” of shots from multiple folders. Although it has plenty of…

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Andrea Polk says:

Budget-friendly alternative to Adobe’s Lightroom Length:: 6:28 MinsĀ 

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