Affinity Photo and Pixelmator Pro are two competitive photo editors you should consider. But which one is better for a photographer?
Affinity Photo 1.9 and Luminar 4 have different perspectives on photo editing. The first aims to provide advanced tools for adjusting and fine-tuning each aspect of your photos. The second embraces Artificial Intelligence (AI) and aims to provide automatic tools for fast and efficient editing without too much human intervention. Both of them claim to be the one and only photo editor a photographer needs.
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