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Corel AfterShot Pro

Corel AfterShot Pro
alaScore 87

7 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 7 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the portability and battery. The color and performance are also appreciated.

value for money, performance, color, battery, portability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Digital Compact Cameras the Corel AfterShot Pro is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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Corel AfterShot Pro Review


Corel AfterShot Pro does exactly what its name suggests – it helps you do everything with your photos right from the time they are shot till you get the final output. It includes viewing, organising, enhancing and exporting/printing the results. This...

If you haven’t used a photo management application before, we recommend using Adobe Lightroom and Apple Aperture in addition to Corel AfterShot Pro. The premium that the best-in-class solutions command is quite justified.

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Corel AfterShot Pro Review: Image Manager and Editor in One


Corel's AfterShot Pro tries to challenge Adobe's reign as the king of digital workflow software, and it makes a strong showing. Priced at $100, AfterShot Pro's strengths lie in what it does differently from Adobe Lightroom 4.1, and its approach may...

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Weak plug-in selection

AfterShot Pro has a lot to offer enthusiast photographers, but it lacks tools that serious photo prosconsider important, like catalog backups and a healthy plug-in ecosystem.

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Corel AfterShot Pro


Good alternative to LightRoom for most users.

Fast raw processing with an abundance of adjustment options. Native Linux support which is the biggest plus with me. Some good plug-in's at this time but being a newer product more will come

None that I have found yet


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Corel has acquired the RAW conversion application previously known as Bibble and turned the property into an image editing program called AfterShot Pro. Consider it a cheaper alternative to the industry standard workflow manager, Adobe Lightroom. It is...

For RAW image editing from file-open to printing or sharing via email this program could be all that most people would ever need. All the fundamentals of tone and colour adjustment, cropping, resizing and converting to black and white are here. There...

Some of the instructions and procedures are confusing ; VERDICT: This is a reasonably priced alternative to Lightroom and Aperture and for Linux users may be the only program of its type available. It is less intimidating but also less comprehensive...

This is a reasonably priced alternative to Lightroom and Aperture and for Linux users may be the only program of its type available. It is less intimidating but also less comprehensive than Lightroom. Corel is encouraging developers to create plug-ins...

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Corel AfterShot Pro


An imaging workflow solution from Corel based on the Bibble raw file processing engine. which competes with similar products from Adobe and Apple.

At $90 (RRP), photographers looking for an alternative to current workflow management software don't have much incentive to stray from Photoshop Lightroom or Apple's Aperture. Corel's AfterShot Pro sells for $37 less than Lightroom and $14 more than...