Digital Picture Organization

Discussion in 'Photography Equipment & Products' started by PrimaryCanary, Sep 26, 2004.

  1. PrimaryCanary

    PrimaryCanary TPF Noob!

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    I was just wondering what software programs members of the forum are using to organize their digital images.
     
  2. Big Mike

    Big Mike I am Big, I am Mike Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I like ACDsee

    I use it for work as we have a fair sized data base of photos that we need to look at.

    It also has some editing functions but I just use the basic version to quickly look at the photos.
     
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    I like Picasa, cause its free, and I like the timeline feature.
     
  4. PrimaryCanary

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    It's funny you mention that bshearer, because I just downloaded it and started using it. It suits my needs nicely and the keywords and search facilities are nice. I checked out the ACDsee website and their product looks great too. Unfortunately, I'm cheap (well it's a combo of being cheap and broke :D )

    For those looking for Picasa, here's the link http://www.picasa.com/content/download.php?sourceid=pic&subid=more

    It's from Google and it's free.

    Thanks Big Mike and bshearer for your replies
     
  5. Trevor Long

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    I use a freeware program called Irfanview. I have been using it for some time now and find it fullfills my needs well. It has thumbnail viewing to easily view the files on your machine and has simple editing features. I also like it as it does not created any thumbnail or similar files like other packages I have used in the past.
     

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