10 Free Photo Management Software You Should Know

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Photography is surely fun, but you’ll really need to rely on softwares and applications to take care of those thousands of digital photos output from your DSLR or digital camera. All those work from editing, renaming, archiving will need to be done properly so it ease future retrieving. Let’s keep the fun part with photo taking, and leave the photo managing part to these pretty cool photo managing software. Here’s 10 photo management software should at least know. Full list after jump.

  1. Google Picasa

    Google Picasa

    Picasa is a free software download from Google that helps you to locate and organize all the photos on your computer, edit and add effects to your photos with a few simple clicks and share your photos with others through email and print. It’s fast, easy and free.

    Download Google Picasa (5.8 Mb)

  2. Cam2pc

    The cam2pc image browser
    The cam2pc image browser

    Enhance and fix your images in a few clicks!

    Enhance and fix your images in a few clicks!

    Cam2pc is the digital imaging solution that will make using your digital camera a snap! From picture download and media organization to image retouching and media sharing, cam2pc offers all the features you might think of when working with your digital media.

    Download Cam2pc (4618KB)

  3. DigiBookShelf

    Flick Upload

    DigiBookShelf enables you to display and manage photos in a virtual album, using a virtual bookshelf interface. The photos are displayed as thumbnails and you can add text and sound comments to each image.

    Download DigibookShelf (13.9Mb)

  4. IrfanView

    IrfanView

    IrfanView is trying to create new and/or interesting features in its own way, unlike some other graphic viewers, whose whole “creativity” is based on feature cloning, stealing of ideas and whole dialogs from ACDSee and/or IrfanView!

    Download IrfanView (1.1Mb)

  5. Faststone Image Viewer

    Faststone Image Viewer

    FastStone Image Viewer is a fast, stable, user-friendly image browser, converter and editor. It has a nice array of features that include image viewing, management, comparison, red-eye removal, emailing, resizing, cropping and color adjustments.

    Download Faststone Image Viewer (4.1Mb)

  6. XnView

    XnViewer

    XnView is a fast multi-format graphics browser, viewer, and converter. It can read more than 400 file formats.

    Download XnView (4.9Mb)

  7. Album Burger Photograph

    Screenshot Captor

    Screenshot Captor

    With Album Burger Photograph, you can create as many photograph  albums as you wish and you can add as many pages and photographs to complete your category.  In addition to this, you can classify, identify, comment and classify each album, each page and each photograph.

    Download Album Burger Photograph

  8. Studio Line Photo Basic 3

    Beneton Movie GIF

    Studio Line Photo Basic 3 allows you to add descriptions to your images, send photos per email in just the right size, print high- quality copies, display slide-shows, publish web-galleries, safe-keep your images on CD or DVD.

    Download Studio Line Photo Basic 3 (57 Mb)

  9. Preclick Gold Photo Organizer

    Preclick Gold Photo Organizer

    Preclick allows you to mak it easy to organize, edit, print, preserve, and share your digital photos.SmartPhoto technology enables you to use captions and keywords for speedy searching and sorting.

    Download Preclick Gold Photo Organizer 2.9 (2.8 Mb)

  10. Pictomio

    Pictomia

    Pictomia 3D

    Pictomio is Freeware and sets new standards for 3D accelerated browsing of your photo and video collection.

    Download Pictomio (6.2 Mb)

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This guest post was written by Kay, who blogs about Technology news and tips, make money online and blogging tips over at K-Director.com.

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