If you do any sort of photo editing, you’ve almost certainly heard of Photoshop. And if you can justify paying for the subscription model, it’s a great product. But it’s not the only option out there, and it’s certainly not the most affordable.
In fact, there are a bunch of good choices—some might even argue a few of these are better than Photoshop. Whether you’re a photo editing newbie looking for a more affordable alternative or a seasoned PS vet just looking for something different, hit today’s top post for the best alternatives to Adobe’s premier photo editor.
I took the Nubia Red Magic 6R gaming phone for a spin. Turns out it’s a lot more than “just” a gaming phone. It’s actually a pretty solid phone on its own.
Adobe Photoshop has been the go-to photo editor for decades, and it’s easily one of the best photo editors on the market. But that doesn’t mean Photoshop is for everyone, and there is a lot of photo editing software out there that beat it in affordability or features, or just bring something new to the table. Read More »
It’s always nice to be able to take a break from work or school (or the general existential dread of life) and escape into another world. Mobile gaming has made that even easier, as you no longer need to be tethered to a bulky console to play a round. Read More »
The AeroPress has long been a popular travel brewer with coffee fanatics. It’s small, lightweight, and indestructible. People have used it to brew everywhere from the isolated backcountry to international flights. Mine has traveled tens of thousands of miles with me. Read More »
Whether you need a professional website for your business, a personal blog, or a visual portfolio, a website builder can make the creation experience loads easier. The website builder you choose will mainly come down to what you need out of your website. Read More »
I have a confession. Every time I read the words “gaming phone,” I cringe. The whole concept seems silly to me. But part of this job is setting aside personal feelings to objectively review products. So, that’s what I did for the Nubia Red Magic 6R. And I’m (mostly) glad I did because it’s a banger of a phone. Read More »
Summer is the perfect time to enjoy a glass or two of delicious iced coffee, and you don’t need to go to Starbucks every time you get the craving. With this Mr. Coffee iced coffee maker, you can brew up a batch whenever you want just the way you like it in under four minutes. The maker uses RapidChill technology to ensure your coffee is cold and flavorful every time, and the easy-to-use scoop ensures it’s easy to make. It even comes with a reusable coffee tumbler to drink out of.
Graphic design is complicated work, so it requires complicated tools. There are plenty of options for software today from well-known programs that have been around for decades to newer contenders trying to prove their worth. With so many options available, it can be difficult to choose which program you’ll spend hours mastering—especially for new designers. So, we rounded up the best of the best for this list to make that choice a little easier. Read More »
Can you set a year aside and set aside your everyday life? Well, then you might be the perfect candidate for NASA’s latest program—a trip to Mars! OK, not really. A simulated trip to Mars. NASA wants four volunteers to live in a simulated Mars environment for a year. To see if you’ll go crazy. Read More »
NASA’s Curiosity rover landed in Mars’ Gale Crater on August 6th, 2012. Since then, it has spent a lonely 9 years wandering the planet, studying its past and present and sending its findings to Earth. Read More »
For years, the original Mythbusters team won hearts and minds for science with its blend of witty humor and experimentation. And much to the delight of many, the show even returned with a new set of hosts. And now true fans can bid on over 80 props from the explosion-heavy show in a new auction. Read More »
What do you get when you combine one of the largest Dinosaur databases in the world with the powers of Google Earth-like technology? The sweet chance to view what your area looked like millions of years ago. You can even see what fossils are nearby. The best part is, the 3D map, dubbed Ancient Earth, is free. Read More »
It seems that Razer is really going through with the Project Hazel concept. Now called the Razer Zephyr, this “wearable air purifier” features RGB lighting, an N95 filter, a voice amplifier, and a clear mouth screen. If you’re interested in the futuristic mask, Razer is inviting people to beta test it before its official launch later this year. Read More »