Frequently Asked Questions
As compared to other Culling apps that aim to provide incremental improvements to your workflow, AfterShoot aims to do it for you while still letting you retain the entire control over the selections.
But enough from us, why don't you try AfterShoot and see for yourself? 😉
9 out of 10 users who try AfterShoot, never go back to the old way of culling their images again!
Personally, we've found that AfterShoot works the best for Weddings, Events, Portraits/Model and Journalist shoots.
That said, if your photoshoot involves humans, AfterShoot should work without any issues.
Some of our users have also reported that they found AfterShoot to be extremely useful with Product and Landscape shoots as well!
Whenever AfterShoot detects more than 1 similar image, it will always pick out the best ones from them thereby ensuring that you never miss out on any image!
Short answer, yes!
Long answer, we support all the leading camera manufacturers. If the camera is supported by Lightroom / Capture One, it is supported by us!
AfterShoot can automatically identify the file format (raw/jpeg) and assign star and colors to the photos.
For JPEGs, it stores these in the ITPC metadata whereas for raws, it does so in the XMP files.
AfterShoot can be updated directly from the app.
It checks for available updates on every launch and you can also check for updates manually by going to 'Help -> Check for Updates' from within the app.
On mac, you can do so by moving AfterShoot.app from your Applications folder into the Trash.
On Windows, you can do so by double clicking AfterShoot.exe from the Control Panel.
P.S. Before you uninstall AfterShoot, let us know what we can do to make it better. It would go a long way!
If you are getting an error while trying to install a new update, deleting the app and downloading a fresh copy from https://aftershoot.com/downloads will ensure that you have the latest version installed on your system.