StudioLine Photo makes changing from one photo storage service to another a much easier and more comfortable process. Annotating Photos it provides possibly the easiest way to annotate your photos.To add a photo description, simply click the info button and watch your photo grow in place and provide a place to enter or short or long description. In addition, it offers support for viewing different types of image formats in Windows Explorer, Windows Photo Gallery, Windows Photo Viewer, Windows Live Photo Gallery, Windows Media Center and Windows Media Player 12. It is a very simple application that lets you view your photos and perform basic editing tasks. If you want to view lots of different image formats on your PC, StudioLine Photo will most likely be an indispensable aid. It also lets you view EXIF metadata within Windows Explorer. It is designed to make transferring photos from your device to your hard drive and onto Flickr simple, and without uploading duplicates. While there is beautiful and silly photography to be enjoyed, this software should have added more reddit features into the app. While it functions well as a Flickr uploading tool, it's hard to see why you'd choose it over major image managers. This requires authorizing it with access to your Flickr account, which is pretty simple.
Reviewed by Jerry Honeycutt:
Zoner Photo Studio gives you an easy way for expanding its functionality through Macros and Plug-Ins and can be used in the form of ActiveX Control. It is an editor and layout tool for printed and digital publications that’s part of the Microsoft Office productivity suite. If you like Photoshop, but don't need the extras or the price, check out Zoner Photo Studio - it's impressive. Well then this program probably isn't the app for you. Less experienced users will have to switch to simpler photo editors or make use of Zoner Photo Studio’s extensive documentation. Just bear in mind that it CS2 is an older version of the app. However, one of the main problems Windows users will experience with it is stability. Image editing With this software you can create your own images or modify an existing picture and tweak it to perfection.
Reviewed by Jerry Honeycutt:
What's more, with the help of Pholor, you can easily edit video effect (Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Deinterlacing), trim video length, merge several files into one, crop your video size, snapshot your favorite picture.Thus, creating your own ideal video is no longer a complicated task. It is a complete set of tools to help iPhone users make the most of their portable devices. For photographers who love light, use this software to correct exposure, make localised brightness adjustments and introduce synthetic lighting to your photos. It this program gives users the ability to load images directly from their camera or device and create a web-ready album. It supports preview - You can watch the movies before or even during the conversion. It is a software program that supports the processing and editing of digital videos. It is setup as a.
StudioLine Photo also has a system to automatically rename photos according to the time and date they were taken, making it easy for you to locate pictures. If you're looking for a quick and easy way to make multiple uploads to to Flickr, this software is a simple and lightweight option. With it you can browse your images, Favorites and uploads from your contacts without having to launch the browser, open the URL and start your session each time. It was designed to present as many details about how a photo was taken in a clear and easy to understand format. In fact, it even appears to have lost a few features since the last version, as there is no sign of the screensaver function of the beta version and you can only make thumbnails that measure 100 x 75 - not exactly what I'd call progress, Windows! There aren't many options to configure in StudioLine Photo. From here with it, you can create a hierarchical tree system of folders based through an Explorer-style interface, making it a painless process. It doesn't need you to carefully tell it how much to rotate your photo by dragging a slider or typing in the number of degrees.Instead, just identify what should have been a vertical or horizontal edge and you're done. It can help solve that issue. If you want to view lots of different image formats on your PC, this software will most likely be an indispensable aid.
Reviewed by Mitch Tulloch:
Simply drag-and-drop your digital photos onto jAlbum, give them optional titles and captions, select your favourite colour scheme and generate! It provides an easy to use step-by-step interface that lets you create a Web Album from your image collection(s). The only drawback to it, if any, is that it doesn’t allow you to sell your own photos. It provides you a handy tool to create professional slideshow DVDs with your digital photos. If so, it can help, as it is specially designed for the creation of online photo albums in HTML.The best thing about the software is that you don't need to be an expert in HTML programming in order to use it. It even supports CSS (cascading style sheets) and offers an FTP client to publish your album online directly and immediately. However, this method can get a little annoying after a while, and seasoned users are likely to be left dreaming of drag-and-drop capabilities, which are notably absent from jAlbum. It is free software which allows you to design and create Photo Albums, Calendars, Greeting Cards and Picture Books. It makes it possible to create custom albums through its interface and subsequently import the pictures you've taken into it.
Reviewed by Tim Sievers:
Overall, Photo Manager is a good app to just view photos but lacks many features to interact with them. It doesn't need you to carefully tell it how much to rotate your photo by dragging a slider or typing in the number of degrees.Instead, just identify what should have been a vertical or horizontal edge and you're done. There aren't many options to configure in Photo Manager. It doesn't serve much of a purpose, but this application is certainly a captivating way of wasting some time. It strives to be the most friendly, easy to use, open source application for organizing, annotating, framing, enhancing, stylizing and sharing your digital photos.Photo Manager embraces open formats like XML, JPEG, and XSLT, while supporting Windows, Mac OS X and Unix users who speak a multitude of languages around the world. It also lets you view EXIF metadata within Windows Explorer. The tips boxes in this application that spring up a little too frequently can also get a tad irritating, especially as there seems to be no way to permanently disable them. With it you can browse your images, Favorites and uploads from your contacts without having to launch the browser, open the URL and start your session each time.
Reviewed by Mitch Tulloch:
It's a shame that JetPhoto Studio does'’t support burning DVDs and VCDs with the created slideshow, and you’ll need your own DVD authoring app to do this. One minor complaint with the it is that for an album creation app, it doesn't have as many sharing options as we'd like. You can even show them off to friends and family through its slide show feature. It turns an image directory into a neatly formatted web photo album. It is a desktop app that lets you create different types of projects with your own digital images. While you can simply sit back and let it do everything for you, there's still plenty you can play around with if you’re feeling adventurous. Features its strongest feature is certainly making albums. With it, you can make calendars, collages, photo albums and other creative content by choosing photos you already have saved on your computer and uploading them into the program.
Reviewed by Mitch Tulloch:
Photos are automatically saved to your 'Pictures' folder and sub folders are created for each user name you type into Photo Manager 2008. It can happily manage the basic requirements of any amateur photographer, and does everything from organization to editing and presentation. It allows you to rename files with the help of a flexible renaming system. It features revolutionary tools that enable you to manage, search and share your pictures in a very quick and easy way. It includes nearly 150 transition effects for you to choose from to switch among photos and video clips in any way you want. Also, it include a simple image viewer that using to view images in the full size. Why use programs like iTunes, Picasa, and Windows Media Player when you only have to use Photo Manager 2008 which does all three? The new version of this program has improved its interface design, making it even easier to use. It makes sorting, tagging and searching your images a total breeze.
Reviewed by Colleen Beale: