A more perfect image
Ever since the introduction of digital photography and subsequent improvements (including accessories and equipment) that help to refine digital cameras, more and more people have used these marvels of technology to achieve better quality photos; and yet – in spite of such the excellence in digital cameras – users sometimes still don’t get as perfect an image as they’d like. However, because of the existence of digital photography software, we all now have the ability to modify and edit our photos in order to get the more perfect image we want.
There are many examples that can be provided in support of this viewpoint, but the list of digital photography software below, which consists of various types, is a better and more powerful way to demonstrate the many ways you can use such enhanced accessories as they are made available in the marketplace. So without further elaboration, here are those software options.
Adjustment of graphics/photos
Infran View. With this software program you can alter the graphics at the same time as you crop and cut your graphics, produce slideshows and even enhance those graphics; and all these features are made available in one simple, free software program. This, by the way, is also perfect for group processing.
Image Force. This is a free software program with editing and painting tools which also has an image editor. This software will also let you transfer images from digital cameras and scanners; but it is best used for modifying, sending and printing you photos; and even though it is a rather complicated program, you can be rest assured that you’ll have a quality output.
Kodak EasyShare Freeware. Kodak has been a well-known name in the photography industry for a long time and still is, because the company has adapted to the digital transformation of this industry by creating such software products like this EasyShare Freeware that is widely used for modifying, sharing and even printing your photos. This product is great for amateurs since it is easier to use.
PhotoFilter. This is a simple software program, and although it has limited features, it is elegant in such a way that it has a user interface and lots of image adjustment buttons, effects and filters.
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VCW Photo Editor. This free version of graphic editor provides lots of editing and painting features, as well as tools such as: a text tool, color replacement, gradients, editing in any scales, selections by region or color, special effects and much more. You can also upgrade to a higher version of the tool for added and better features.
Picasa. This is a freeware from google which gives you the ability to share and edit all photos saved on your PC; but the good thing about this digital photography software is that it instantly sets all the images and then sorts them by album with the date on each folder which would help you to easily recognize all your pictures. You simply drag and drop to organize your albums, as well as to create labels on each album. Moreover, Picasa like any other software, gives you the ability to share and send your pictures by uploading them in your emails, and blogs.
Serif Photo Plus. This digital photography software includes features such as: editable text, image slicing, export optimizer, image maps, smart shapes, selection tools and other image enhancement tools. The current version has been available online free of charge for sometime, but you can order a CD with a shipping charge if you choose to.
ADG Panorama Version 5.0. Like other software programs, Panorama also lets you share your photos easily and generate them quickly; and it has added features that embed, edit and publish 360 degrees of interactive panoramic composition directly on the web. This software is internet dependent, however.
Picture Shark. PS is freeware allows you to “inscribe” visible text or logos on the photos; but it offers additional features which include, the Wizard user interface and the capacity to produce real watermarks; but it also has a feather that create edges between the picture and the stamp in order to make the image smarter; and it supports any image format.
These are some of the available digital photography software available at the writing of this post, and there is sure to be more to come as technology continues its rapid pace of change and progress. As a digital photographer you can always play with your image by using a little creativity; so don’t be afraid to explore. Practice and research more on the software program that you think would work best for you.