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Digital Photos Management

 
Ajit Wadekar
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Hi All

I recently bought a Digital Camera (Sony DSC P73L) and really happy about the outcome.

All the pictures I have taken are scattered all across my laptop. Just wondering is there any software which allow me to manage (Adding titles, Slideshow)those pictures on desktop as well as Online so that I can show them to family and friends.

Thanks

Ajit
 
Kuldeep Vaishnav
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try yahoo fotos or register for a blog on blogspot.com(or some other place) and upload the fotos using software called Hello(uploads images on blogs,I am sure about its connectivity with blogspot.result may vary depending on the blog site u r using)....................
 
Steven Bell
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I would look into Adobe Photo Album. I think it has what you're looking for.
 
Ashok Mash
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I found Picassa very useful.

Its very good for arranging and touch-ups (crop, resize etc), and to exports albums as a html/slideshow, and it also works with blogspot - and Google owns them.
 
Madhav Lakkapragada
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I second Picassa.
I haven't done a whole lot with it, but for what I need, its been very useful so far. I hate the Kodak software, its a memory hog.

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Gail Schlentz
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I haven't used the others mentioned, but I've been using pbase for a couple of years, & like it a lot. But I'll be sure to check out the others mentioned here... I assume they're free? pbase is about $32/year.

 
Richard Hawkes
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Assuming you don't want to spend any money...

I'm still experimenting with this: http://www.flickr.com/

For an on-line solution it seems pretty cool, with tag based organisation, sharing etc. Check it out. It's free but still in beta.

If you're using Win XP, the standard photo functions included are ok. They're enough for my off-line needs anyway (organising and easy viewing). Just store all your pictures in your 'My Pictures' folder. There's a slide show function included. Using XP has the advantage that you don't need to install the Sony software on your PC, since Windows will recognise the camera and start a dialogue to help download your pics to the PC.

I rarely add titles to my pics so don't know of any mass editing tool. I just use Fireworks when the need arises.
[ January 06, 2005: Message edited by: Richard Hawkes ]
 
Jeroen Wenting
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I've been looking for years for a good solution to archiving my negatives, slides and digital images.
At current I've well over 10.000 slides and negs (possibly closer to 20.000) and thousands of digital images.

Nothing I've found really pleases me, I've been thinking of rolling my own solution instead.
 
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