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Corel debuts AfterShot Pro photo management software

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While Adobe and Apple have thus far been the reigning sovereigns of Mac-based photo management and workflow, Corel has now put some fresh competition into the arena with its new AfterShot Pro.

Announced on Monday at CES, AfterShot Pro is targeted to photo pros and hobbyists. It seeks to compete on the same playing field as Apple's Aperture and Adobe's Photoshop Lightroom for the Mac, and is also compatible with the Windows and Linux operating systems. Corel AfterShot costs $100 and will be available for electronic download on Monday.

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