Whether you’re an enthusiastic amateur or an experienced professional, you probably prefer spending your time out in the field behind a lens, rather than sitting in front of a computer trying to navigate your way around the complicated and feature-bloated interfaces of many photo editing solutions. Repetitive administrative tasks are even more tiresome, and you can easily end up spending many hours managing your growing photo collection, manually sorting everything into folders by name, subject, and date. With a creative photo editor like ACDSee Photo Studio Ultimate, you don’t have to do that. It combines the power of modern technology with outstanding ease of use to let you get back to your job and focus on your creative environment. This high-powered edition features built-in support for HDR, blended cloning, focus stacking, and facial recognition.
Sort and Categorize Your Photos
Chances are you have collected some regular clients over the years. But if you’ve been changing your photo editing software, replacing your computer, or modifying your organizational structure, there’s a good chance you’ve ended up with folders and files in lots of different places. This can make everything much harder to keep track of. In the end, it’s easy to end up spending more time managing your photo collection than actually doing what you do best – taking and editing photos! ACDSee Photo Studio Ultimate offers a novel solution to your photo management woes – facial recognition. This tool lets you organize your photos by subject. By defining names and choosing a photo of a specific individual, the software will go through your entire collection, scanning any storage drives specified, to find other photos with the same people in them. It puts names to faces so you don’t have to.
Stay Focused on Your Projects
Sometimes, no matter how hard you try, it can be impossible to get every detail in your photo looking perfectly sharp. With a lot of software, it’s not easy to get the right focus. ACDSee Photo Studio Ultimate helps alleviate this issue with a powerful feature called focus stacking. This lets you combine series of images with different focal differences to create a single image with a greater depth of field than a single exposure would allow.
ACDSee Photo Studio Ultimate also provides high dynamic range (HDR) editing to give your photos that perfect contrast. HDR is a powerful trick in digital photography that’s designed to achieve a wider range of luminosity by merging multiple images together. This allows you to combine a series of photos with varying exposure levels to produce a single image that has the maximum range of details in shadows and highlights. This feature is especially effective for bringing life into photos that were taken in bright sunshine or on an overcast day.
What’s New in ACDSee Photo Studio Ultimate 2020?
ACDSee Photo Studio Ultimate Build 13.01.2023 (64-bit only) adds support for RAW images taken by a wide variety of Canon, Panasonic, Fujifilm, Nikon, Olympus, and Sony cameras. It also provides a slew of improvements and minor bug fixes. If you’re ready to get started, download your free trial version today