Walt Mossberg Says Photoshop Express Great for Editing But Lacks Some Basics

Walt Mossberg, Tech Columnist, WSJ

In his Personal Technology column in The Wall Street Journal, Walter Mossberg says Adobe’s new Photoshop Express online photo editor is great for editing but lacks some basics.

Walt tried it for size and found the online application “pretty good” even in its beta period. “It’s a nice example of the Web 2.0 trend, where programs accessed via a browser can look and feel like applications that live on your computer,” the columnist said.

“But Photoshop Express is rough around the edges. It can be slow at times, and it’s missing some obvious features, like the ability to easily download publicly shared pictures from other members or to print photos,” wrote Walt.

But it’s a good start, he said, and it’s worth a try if you want better online editing for your pictures.

[Via: WSJ.com]

Chris Malinao

About Chris Malinao

Chris teaches Lightroom as workflow software to photography students at the FPPF, Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation. He also teaches smartphone photography.

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