Are you looking for ways to help take your budding photography career or hobby to the next level? ACDSee is a powerful photo organizer designed with the practical amateur in mind. For anyone seeking a better and more efficient way to organize a rapidly growing photo collection, the latest edition of this popular software comes packed full of useful features that help streamline workflows and improve productivity.
Share and Organize Photos Using an Instantly Familiar Interface
Most of us already have thousands of digital photos stored on our smartphones and computers. Amateur and professional photographers are likely to have many times more. Keeping all this media content organized can be challenging, especially if you’re relying on Windows File Explorer alone. ACDSee provides the ultimate solution for helping you free up time by automating repetitive tasks and keeping your photos organized in the most efficient way possible.
For a familiar working environment, ACDSee provides an instantly recognizable folder tree that works in a similar way to Windows File Explorer. However, it goes far beyond the native capabilities of Windows by allowing users to define any number of categories and assign different tags and keywords to individual photos and keywords. It even provides a color-coding feature for labelling each photo within a category with a different color highlight.
ACDSee integrates with Microsoft OneDrive, providing you with easy access to one of the world’s most popular cloud storage services. Whether you want to keep your media collecting safely backed up off-site, or easily share them with friends, family, or even the public, OneDrive integration has you covered. All you need is an Internet connection and you’ll be able to access and work with your photo collection no matter where you are.
Add a Professional Touch to Your Projects
ACDSee is much more than just a photo organizer. It also provides features to give your photos the professional finishing touches they deserve, so you don’t have to turn to a complicated photo editing suite. At the click of a button, you can reduce red eye, customize colors, accents, and textures, add text and vignettes, blur and raise edges, and much more. You can further enhance your images by choosing from multiple framing stiles. ACDSee also provides a cutting-edge blurring tool that allows you to remove unwanted noise from your photos, particularly those that were taken in poor weather conditions. There are multiple blur styles to choose from, including one that uses a bokeh effect.
The product of years of research and optimization, ACDSee is regularly updated to improve its functionality and iron out any issues that users have reported. The latest edition is faster and more feature-packed than ever, and users can customize their workspace with a wide range of options. Those wanting to edit their photos will also find a greater range of filters and other features for making those last-minute adjustments without the usual headaches.
To get started with ACDSee, visit http://www.acdsee.com/en/products/photo-studio-standard and download the free trial edition today.