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CameraBag 2021.1: Brand-new Lens Flare Effect, Added Presets, And More
Video/Image Editing / March 25th, 2021 8:48 pm
CameraBag Photo and CameraBag Pro versions 2021.1 are now availble! Here's what's new:
  • New Lens Flare adjustment! Hit Remix to generate endless variations, and position with the on-screen controls.
  • New Summer Flares presets, with some of our favorite lens flare variations alongside other filter effects.
  • Vignette, Spot Mask, and other adjustments with a location can now be positioned off-image.
  • Bug fixes and speed improvements.

Check out a developer walkthrough of the new features:
CameraBag 2020 for Mac and PC is officially released and available for download
Video/Image Editing / November 12th, 2019 10:18 am
CameraBag 2020 Screenshot

Today we're happy to announce the launch of CameraBag 2020, a major update to our highly-awarded photo and video editor for Mac and PC..

CameraBag 2020 continues to come in two versions: CameraBag Pro 2020 for editing both photos and videos, and CameraBag Photo 2020 for editing photos only. This new release of CameraBag includes a much-requested spot heal tool, interactive white balance, advanced auto exposure, dozens of new tailored presets in several new collections, big speed improvements, and more. Additionally, CameraBag is moving away from fewer major releases (spaced further apart) to a continuous-release model.

Try CameraBag 2020:

See the CameraBag 2020 trailer at:

Here are some of the great new features:
  • New spot heal tool
  • New interactive white balance adjustment
  • New auto exposure adjustment
  • Dozens of new presets
    • Portrait: Freckles BW 1-2, Portrait Curve 1-5, Gentle Focus, Portrait Shadows Green, and more
    • Landscape: Autumn 1-3, Beach 1-4, Landscape BW 1-2, Sky+Earth, Sky+Foliage, and more
    • Architecture: Interior 1-5, Exterior BW, Building Detail, Sky+Buildings, and more
  • New image info window for viewing image resolution, bit depth, and file path
  • Totally reworked rendering engine for greatly improved speeds on hi-dpi/retina displays
  • Added saving of 16-bit pngs and tiffs
  • Support for loading .exr and .hdr images (Mac-only)
  • Various interface updates and improvements
  • Bug fixes (especially on hi-dpi/retina displays)
  • Plus more!
CameraBag 2020 is available now for $50 USD for CameraBag Pro, and $30 USD for CameraBag Photo, both at (There is also a free trial available.) All CameraBag 2020+ licenses purchased from include one full year of free upgrades from the date of purchase, regardless of the version number or size of each upgrade. This new continual upgrade schedule will allow us to release larger updates more regularly.

This is a paid upgrade for ALL users who purchased a version of CameraBag before August 1, 2019. If you purchased CameraBag Photo 3.x or CameraBag Pro 3.x from in the last 90 days, your upgrade to the new version is free; simply download the 2020 equivalent and use your same registration information.

CameraBag 2020 is also coming soon to other store platforms, such as the Mac App Store, Steam, and Setapp, where pricing models may vary per platform capabilities.


New #EditedInCameraBag video series!
Video/Image Editing / August 6th, 2018 9:24 am
#EditedInCameraBag Video Series Image

Dear Friends of CameraBag,

The new #EditedInCameraBag video series has just launched!

We get lots of questions asking how to achieve a specific photo or video goal. We do our best to help answer these questions individually, but we thought we could do better: so we've decided to create the #EditedInCameraBag video series on our YouTube Channel in which each episode explores using the different tools in CameraBag to improve a specific photo or video.

You can see the entire playlist here:

The first video looks at a vacation beach photo, and shows how the Tone Curve, Hue Saturation, Color Curve, and Luminance adjustments can bring out the vibrance and warmth of the experience. The second takes a different approach, starting with an already-filtered photo and showing how CameraBag can help "de-filter" unwanted effects. More to come soon!

Do you have questions about using CameraBag that you'd like answered? We'd love to hear from you and potentially answer your question in an upcoming episode! Drop us a line in the video comments, to @nevercenter on social media, or by emailing us at


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