Unless you have been particularly fastidious in renaming all of your photos as you copy them from memory cards, your photo collection may well be a disorganised mess. One of many solutions available is Ashampoo Photo Commander 9 - a product that is being given away by DownloadCrew and listed as being worth $49.99.
This is an application that places you in command of your photos, and this applies to a number of areas. The program provides you with the tools you need to keep your images organized and easy to locate, but also a range of editing tools – both basic and advanced – that can be used to get the best from your digital photography collection.
Organize, edit, and get creative with your photos using Ashampoo Photo Commander 9
Not all of your photos will need serious editing carried out on them and for these images you can make use of the Common and Quick-Fix sections of the program. Here you will find all manner of everyday editing options such as rotating and cropping as well as the ability to apply a range of effects and filters. For common problems such as red-eye there are one-click solutions available, but if you want to get a bit more hands on, you have the option of switching to a more advanced editing mode to access additional features.
A two-pane view that makes it easy to compare an original image with the edited version you are working on. One of the major components of Ashampoo Photo Commander is the organisational aspect which can be used to group and tag images for locating. In addition to all this, the program can also be used for creative ventures, and there are a number of templates and wizards on hand to help you to create calendars and slideshows. You can find out more about this by visiting the Ashampoo Photo Commander 9 review page.
This giveaway is only available for 24 hours. You can claim your free copy of the program by heading to the Downloadcrew Giveaway site between 00:00 and 23:59 on Monday 26 March – Central European time and equates to 16:00 PDT Sunday 25 March to 15:59 PDT Monday 26 March.
This article originally appeared at softwarecrew.co.uk