Sean travels all around the world and takes hundreds of photos. What Sean does not have is a way to organize, edit, and share these photos. They are just taking up space on his PC. They are a jumbled mess of unorganized clutter. What is Sean to do? Sean gets StudioLine Photo Basic.
When on the plane coming home, Sean decided he needed to find some software that would help him go through his photo collection. Now Sean has a lot of choices out there to choose from. No other free solution delivers what StudioLine Photo Basic can, though.
Here is what the folks at StudioLine have to say about this free download:
Add descriptions to your images, send photos per email in just the right size, print high-quality copies, display slide-shows, publish Web galleries, safe-keep your images on CD or DVD. You’ll get dual-monitor support, smart updates and many other award-winning functions of StudioLine Photo Version 2 – and it’s free.
If Sean wanted to try out the paid version of this software, he would get a few more features. StudioLine Photo Classic provides:
- A timeline view to automatically organize images by date
- A clever image archive filter to find your pictures faster
- The ability to “click and tag” keywords and categories
- A live histogram with 18 views for an in-depth analysis of your photos
- The ability to rate your images with 1 to 5 stars,
- A highly intuitive white balance tool with one-click tone adjustment
- Gradation curves to fine-tune luminescence for each color channel
- Support for ICC color profiles
- The ability to print projects for calendars, cards, CD covers, and more
- A design editor to freely lay out album pages, greeting cards, etc.
- A way to adjust RAW and DNG settings
- The ability to edit images in RAW format
- And more! Much more!
Can any other free tool out there stand up to those features? StudioLine Photo Classic has features in places where other programs didn’t even know they had places.
So now with StudioLine Photo Basic, Sean is set to organize, edit, and share the photos he took on his trip. Now the only decision left to be made is which photo will he organize, edit, or share first?
[tags]freeware, software, photos, editing, sharing[/tags]