Apple has never been the biggest player in photo editing, but when it chose to discontinue Aperture and throw its efforts behind Photos for Mac, many developers saw an opportunity to jump into the field. One of those, Picktorial 3.0 ($40 introductory price, $69.99 SRP; available on the App Store) is a Mac-only image editor built for photography that takes a fresh approach to how photos are adjusted and managed.
Editing and retouching
Picktorial tries to be as minimal as it can be while still providing the tools required of a modern photo editor. That includes the adjustments you would expect for adjusting tone and color, from white balance to clarity to curves to saturation. The application has its own raw processing engine to work with raw-formatted image files; it can also load DCP color files, such as those found in Adobe Camera Raw and for specific camera models. A host of presets also deliver pre-made looks.
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