The Best Image Editors for Mac OS X

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Mac owners are often perceived as people who think ‘out-of-the-box’, and considering the number of image editing applications for Mac OS X, it is no wonder there are so many designers and photographers among us. Image editing software for Mac varies greatly in functionality it offers – starting from basic editing required for uploading images online to creating stunning artistic pictures.


Here is the list of apps we consider to be the best image editors:

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Requirements: OS X 10.10+. 9.73MB free space. Version 2.1.246. (10th Feb, 2018). 5 Rank based on 485+ users, Reviews(32)
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PhotoBulk. This image editing software for Mac allows you to create and add a watermark, resize multiple images at a time, convert them into a different format. You can also use image optimizer and rename them as you please. This batch image editor for Mac is a must have for those who have to deal with a large number of images regularly.
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Photoshop

A long time favorite of all professional photographers and designers, it is easily the best photo editor for Mac. It offers you all features you could possibly think of – layers, 3D models, preset filters and effects, combining multiple images, removing stuff from your pictures, etc. Its only drawback is the steep fee you gotta pay for using the app.

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Pixelmator

If you would prefer a cheaper option, have a look at Pixelmator. This image editor for Mac offers a lot of features similar to Photoshop – layers, effects, combining pictures and masking off unwanted elements, etc. Be aware though that Pixelmator does not help you deal with RAW images.

Pixelmator

Acorn 5

Another alternative to Photoshop is Acorn 5. This Mac photo editor enables working with levels and curves and offers tools such as clone, paint, smudge, etc. However just like Pixelmator, this app is not meant for working with RAW images. It also lacks heal and patch tools and more advanced stuff like selecting by color range.

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Affinity

Okay, now it is the time to cheer those who work with RAW images – next in our list is Affinity. Using this image editor Mac users can work with RAW and a number of other formats, adjust exposure, white balance, highlights, use masks, gradients, histograms, merge several shots, etc. This Mac image editor is really powerful.

Affinity

Capture One Pro

Capture One Pro is positioned as a professional image editor for Mac, an asset manager and RAW converter. The app is compatible with the RAW images of a large number of cameras and allows you to adjust parameters such as smoothness, hue, saturation and lightness of selected individual colors.

Capture One Pro

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This Image Editor for Mac is fully compatible with MacOS 10.10 and later. Requires 9.73MB free space, latest version 2.1.246. Released 10th Feb, 2018.

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