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Here you will find information regarding digital image management software. Everything you need to know to be organized and efficient with your photos is in this Q&A.

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Miran 

member since: 7/4/2002
  11 .  Viewing software
I'm searching for a viewing software which enables adding coments and descriptions with pictures. If there is possibile I would like to have pictures in standard format (jpg) and comments in a separate (txt) file.

7/4/2002 6:33:51 AM

Ann Texter

member since: 8/13/2003
  I have the Jasc Paint Shop Photo Album 4 which has been really great for photo managing plus so much more. It has a separate area where you can put your own information about each photo. I personally do not use that, but the option is available.
I have always said if the Jasc Software company needed a person to pitch there products, it would be me. I absolutely love their products and have enjoyed them a lot. It's also reasonalbly priced I think it's down to $40.00 now.
www.jasc.com
Hope that helps.

Ann

12/17/2003 10:20:37 AM

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Colleen 

member since: 12/16/2001
  12 .  Image Mangement Software
Any suggestions for an image management software? I have 20 years of negatives and slides that I am currently scanning with a Nikon Coolscan 4000, and would like more than an Excel spreadsheet for managing this volume. Any thoughts on ACDSee 4.0? Thanks.

1/25/2002 5:20:56 PM

David 

member since: 1/18/2002
  I use IXLA Explorer. I'm sure there are other worthy selections, but this one meets my needs.

1/28/2002 11:53:25 PM

Joe Gagnon

member since: 11/5/2000
  I've used Ixla, Fotosation, Ulead explorer and ACDSee. I prefer ACDSee, but I use their suite. It's a combination of programs for around $65. You can manage your CD's as well and make slide shows with sound with their Magellan. It also comes with fotoslate, which is an excellent printing program.

1/29/2002 7:01:33 AM

Johnathan R. Peal

member since: 3/11/2002
  I have ACDSEE and it's a real good program for locating all your photo's on your hard drive and displaying them as thumbnails all in one place. You can click on them to display them in full size.

It has some basic photo enhancement, cropping, auto light level correction, manual light level correction, color, etc.. You can also purchase additional plug-ins that add more features.

I have version 3.1b so I am assuming that the 4.0 version would include more goodies. I like ACDSEE a bunch - it's a real good program. Mine was included with my HP Photosmart 1315 printer. You can download a free trial version at the ACDSEE site

4/11/2002 10:52:53 PM

James Miotke
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  Also take a look at the Canto Cumulus Demo that (most likely) came with your Nikon LS4000 scanner. This program costs more but - if you have tons of images - it is a very expandable and flexible solution.

We will go into this topic extensively in the final weeks of my upcoming Photoshop for Photographers course

4/16/2002 6:43:45 PM

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