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Archiving Scanned Pictures...?? - Adobe Photoshop Elements

Now that I have scanned over 850 family pictures (more are waiting...) into PE-2, I obviously need some friendly way to orgnize them for easy retreival, copy into CDs or DVDs, e-mail etc. All phot corrections will be done in PE-2 so no such features are needed in the desired application. I know of two "leading" applications on the market, which allow to orgnize my pictures: "Phoitoshop Album" and "Microsoft Image it 9.0" I would appreciate reading any experience with either of these. Good and bad... Which one is easier to use, which one is better integrated with PE-2 and ...

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    Default Archiving Scanned Pictures...??

    Now that I have scanned over 850 family pictures (more are waiting...)
    into PE-2, I obviously need some friendly way to orgnize them for easy
    retreival, copy into CDs or DVDs, e-mail etc. All phot corrections
    will be done in PE-2 so no such features are needed in the desired
    application.

    I know of two "leading" applications on the market, which allow to
    orgnize my pictures: "Phoitoshop Album" and "Microsoft Image it 9.0"

    I would appreciate reading any experience with either of these. Good
    and bad... Which one is easier to use, which one is better
    integrated with PE-2 and much more.

    Thanks for all inputs in this regard...!

    ZR
    ZR Guest

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    Default Re: Archiving Scanned Pictures...??

    Can't speak forMS Image, never used it. But I have and use Adobe
    album. I have heard people say they don't like Album. I find it easy
    to set up and use.

    Once you have the pictures in the program, your first step is to make
    tag for each one. If you have a lot....it will take time. I have close
    to 2000 cataloged. With tag, you can find all photos of "Uncle Bill"
    or "Aunt Martha." You decide on the tag.

    Another way to search is by the "time line". Allows you to locate all
    photos take in any month of any year.

    Another way to search (I never use it) is the "calendar". Enter a day,
    month and year, it will show all photos taken that day.

    I would think MS Image works along the same lines, but I tend to stay
    away from MS programs of that type.

    It will be interesting to see other comments here, both good and bad.

    Stan
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    On Mon, 08 Sep 2003 14:37:31 GMT, ZR <zvipipeline.com> wrote:
    >Now that I have scanned over 850 family pictures (more are waiting...)
    >into PE-2, I obviously need some friendly way to orgnize them for easy
    >retreival, copy into CDs or DVDs, e-mail etc. All phot corrections
    >will be done in PE-2 so no such features are needed in the desired
    >application.
    >
    >I know of two "leading" applications on the market, which allow to
    >orgnize my pictures: "Phoitoshop Album" and "Microsoft Image it 9.0"
    >
    >I would appreciate reading any experience with either of these. Good
    >and bad... Which one is easier to use, which one is better
    >integrated with PE-2 and much more.
    >
    >Thanks for all inputs in this regard...!
    >
    >ZR
    Stanley Guest

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    Default Re: Archiving Scanned Pictures...??

    I really like ACDSee. It doesn't have a create slideshow on a CD for
    display on a TV but other than that it is great. You can download a trail
    copy from their web page. [url]http://www.acdsystems.com/English/index.htm[/url]

    Rick

    "ZR" <zvipipeline.com> wrote in message
    news:6j4plv8u0jfp2iq77fc61ahi9qnevi3ve14ax.com...
    > Now that I have scanned over 850 family pictures (more are waiting...)
    > into PE-2, I obviously need some friendly way to orgnize them for easy
    > retreival, copy into CDs or DVDs, e-mail etc. All phot corrections
    > will be done in PE-2 so no such features are needed in the desired
    > application.
    >
    > I know of two "leading" applications on the market, which allow to
    > orgnize my pictures: "Phoitoshop Album" and "Microsoft Image it 9.0"
    >
    > I would appreciate reading any experience with either of these. Good
    > and bad... Which one is easier to use, which one is better
    > integrated with PE-2 and much more.
    >
    > Thanks for all inputs in this regard...!
    >
    > ZR

    Rick Hughes Guest

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