- ACDSee (W) - A very fast thumbnail viewer with some limited editing capabilities.
- IRFanview (W) - Another fast thumbnail viewer with batch processing capabilities and limited editing capabilities.
- ULead Photo Explorer (W) (M) - Another thumbnail viewer.
- Thumbs Plus (W) - A thumbnail viewer that allows you to catalog your images.
- Adobe Photoshop Elements (M) (W) - An intermediate image editing tool for quick "on the go" edits. A good way to save yourself some money.
- Paint Shop by Jasc (W) - An excellent cost effective image editor that rivals Adobe Photoshop in almost everything but price.
- Adobe Photoshop (M) (W) - The de facto way of manipulating images. The price tag could be a bit hard to swallow but it's worth every penny.
- The Gimp (M) (U) (W) - Another excellent image editor on the Unix platform. Has quite a few features.
- Media Chance (W)
- Corel (M) (U) (W)
- (M) = Mac
- (W) = Windows
- (U) = Unix
by Sunsetstrip edited by KeysCapt EXIF Image ViewerIfranviewThumbs PlusVue PrintPicasaFastStone
last modified: 2004-05-23 06:36:24
by Sunsetstrip edited by DavisPhotog
last modified: 2009-02-11 10:48:21
macroman has been kind enough to make a thread of the Photoshop actions that he's created:
»[Tutorial] Got Actions!?
Can't get enough PS actions?Try Here!
Make sure you follow the threads multiple pages to see them all.
by hocktwoie edited by DavisPhotog ImageViewer
last modified: 2005-07-14 18:28:33
is a powerful and inexpensive Mac-first, Mac-only multimedia application, which provides a complete set of image viewing, cataloging, browsing, and editing capabilities.
by leXicon5 edited by climbers
last modified: 2006-02-11 11:19:35
Yes, the Gimp
is on a par with all the name-brand ones, and works on several platforms, including Unix and Linux.
by climbers The Gimp
last modified: 2006-02-11 11:20:22
is on a par with all the name-brand ones, and works on several platforms.
The Windows version is here.
Warning: It's in two parts.
, while not as well-featured, does a lot of things very well.
A relative newcomer, Oriens Enhancer GOLD
, is midway between them in features, as is Pixia
last modified: 2005-03-22 00:50:16
Lots of ways:
- There are many stand-alone packages, several of which are free, which will take the images in a folder, create thumbnails and HTML for you to put on your site. There are so many, the best way to find one that suits you is to do a search with your favorite search engine and try a few out.
- Most current big-name image-editing software can create thumbnails and code for a gallery. A free package that many people use for this is IrfanView.
- If your site has PHP you may want to try a free script package: Gallery, Coppermine, or DAlbum. The first two offer a good degree of customization, and the last has a distinct, simple interface.
- It is also possible to use a Blog engine, such as Movable Type to create a photoblog.
A good idea is to look at example or two from all of these, try them out if there is a free version, and decide which one(s) meets your needs.
found this very complete list of free software: Web Photo Galleries
by climbers edited by tmpchaos
last modified: 2007-07-27 11:06:52
I have some free actions on my website. One that will remove red eye in photographs with a click, as well as some production actions.
You can get them here, »www.mayhemstudios.com/actions.html
by mayhemstudio edited by tmpchaos
last modified: 2004-03-13 06:02:51
Ever wondered exactly what color was in that picture or graphic? Not sure you are seeing the correct color on your monitor? Download ColorCop, a super easy and great tool for identifying the RGB values as well as Hex values for any color you hover the dropper over :)
by Gemologist edited by tmpchaos
last modified: 2006-06-16 20:44:29
The following link will take you to a website where you can download an entire Studio Management Software for FREE!
What does it do:
Virtual Paper Trail™
Commonly-used legal documents are created on demand
It tracks the licensing and distribution of photographic images
It catalogs scanned images
by Gemologist edited by Edit This
last modified: 2006-12-28 17:48:21
Try using the link: »sourceforge.net/search/?words=ph···h=Search
The original link to »freshmeat.net/search/?q=photo+ga···projects
by caffeinator edited by climbers
last modified: 2007-07-27 11:05:56
It turns out you may have an outdated printer installed on your system. Check out this
tutorial to find out how to fix it.
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