Which Digital Photo Album Software??
Posted 11 August 2004 - 03:03 PM
Some things I want:
++to easily manage and display my photos in 'easy on the eyes' format on my
computer. I want everything laid out in front of me when I open the program,
I dont want to have to hunt around on my computer for my pictures every
++to easily upload albums onto the net (maybe use instead of Gallery).
++to burn albums onto CD for family and friends to use on their computer
(must be compatible with the most common applications like IE or Adobe, i
dont want anyone to have to load up a new program to view my album). I think
I also saw that you can burn to DVD (to share with grandparents who arent
interested in using a computer).
++easy to use, reliable, something that I will still be using in 5 years
(try to pick the 'leader of the pack' that will still be in top 5 in 10
years', i dont want to have to keep changing program platforms)
++Im really not so much about image editing. I really dont use those
features at all. I have maybe done red eye reduction on one pic EVER.
++templates, templates, templates, i want LOTS of choices and the option to download new ones instantly
The ones I have found so far, have you used them?, how do you feel about them? do you know of others? :
Jasc Paintshop Photo Album $45 download $49 boxed
I have a copy of the trial version, I havent really looked at it yet.
Adobe Photoshop Album $49.99
not sure i like that you have to use Adobe to look at the albums, would
prefer something that is in windows/explorer
MS Picture It! $54.95
My sister has it, but I dont remember her being particularly vocal about the product, and it doesnt seem to really have an 'album' feature.
not really my style, but interesting.
Posted 12 August 2004 - 10:06 AM
I wish I could add value and answer your question, but I'm afraid that I'm not the expert on this particular subject. If you'd like to try down in the Digital Scrapbooking Forum, there are a lot of girls that can really be helpful to you!
Posted 12 August 2004 - 10:27 AM
I use either Photoshop or a Broderbund product for LO's and when I go to import a picture, I see it there in the gallery or folder file.
But that doesn't address your other issues. I know some people use Powerpoint, but not everyone has that.
Let us know what you end up selecting.
Posted 22 April 2005 - 09:38 AM
I have over 6000 pics on my computer. They are divided into folders by year then by month. Then imported into the album. In the program you can tag the photos with who is in it, where it was taken, etc. Then when you want to find all the pics with you and your husband in it all you have to do is click the tag and then it pulls up all of them.
I love it and best of all it is free--if you wanted to pay for it there are a few additional features but I haven't felt the need to have them.
Posted 22 April 2005 - 09:46 AM
Good luck with whatever you try
Posted 22 April 2005 - 11:23 AM
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