ACDSee announces photo-sharing compatiblility with new updates
ACD Systems, makers of ACDSee Pro 2 and ACDSee 10 Photo Manager, both excellent applications for digital photographers, has released a suite of updates for these two new products. These updates are second in a series of web downloads designd to hlp photographers make the most of customization options on photo-sharing sites like Flickr and SmugMug, and selected features on a range of digital cameras, as well as file format support.
This includes ACDSee's Flickr Uploader Version 2.0. Many other uploaders automatically send images to online photo-sharing sites, and this one is no exception: the ability to easily resize large images and apply tags for individual photographs or for groups. ACDSee also utilizes metadata fields, and this information can be uploaded as well. Think all of the information about an image that can't actually be seen in the image itself: aperture, shutter speed, ISO, and other attributes are identified by ACDSee, and the oppportunity to organize images by these quantities should be very desirable to photographers in need of workflow solutions.
The user can do all of this without leaving the ACDSee program. Security, safety and content type can also be designated in this updated uploader. Click here to get the updates from ACDSee's website.