1 April 2005 | 0
Photographers can use Album to organise photos, fix common photo problems and create a wider variety of greeting cards, photo books, calendars and slide shows. The application also offers support for sending images to mobile phones and Palm OS-powered handheld computers.
There are new improved options for organising and locating photos. Enhancements to the popular Calendar View feature allow users to view photos in a year, day or month view, making it possible to track your life in pictures. Collections are another new feature that act as an organisational bin for a specific set of photos like a trip to Paris, a birthday party or an excursion to the zoo.
Collections can be easily sorted, re-ordered and dropped into instant slideshows or album views to share with friends.
The tagging system in Album 2.0 also promises to let users cross-reference collections quickly and easily. Fixing photos is also easy with one-click fixes and batch auto-fixes for multiple photos, adjusting lighting, colour or blurry photos. A one-click red-eye fix now salvages even the most challenging red-eye photos. Album 2.0 also comes with a new set of professionally designed templates for greeting cards, including new baby, Valentine’s Day, winter holiday season and birthday oriented graphics. Specialised templates also have been added for e-mails, calendars and bound photo albums, web galleries and slideshows complete with background music and transition effects.
With this new release, the Photoshop Album product family has been expanded to meet the varied needs of a diverse spectrum of digital photographers. A free, slimmed down version of Album is also available for download from Adobe.com. Photoshop Album Starter Edition provides the tools required for very basic organising, fixing and sharing of digital photos.
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