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By: acdphotoview | Total views: 12 | Word Count: 557 | Date: Thu, 15 Nov 2018 - 9:34 AM

Whether you're a practical amateur or a seasoned photographer, chances are you have a huge and constantly growing selection of photos. If you're still using Windows Explorer to keep track of everything, then it won't be long before this approach becomes completely unmanageable. When that happens, you end up spending far too much time organizing your content, while also trying to make sure you don't accidentally delete or overwrite something important. There's also the fact that more time spent trying to organize photos and other content quickly becomes a major killer of productivity, and that means less profitability for those who rely on their photos for their living. If this scenario sounds at all familiar, then it's probably time to change the way you organize, edit, and share photos. That's where ACDSee comes in as your complete visual content management system.

Streamlining Your Workflows with ACDSee

In fact, you don't even need to be an amateur or professional photographer to enjoy the value of ACDSee. Now that almost everyone has a smartphone or standalone digital camera, taking snaps has become a regular part of day-to-day life for many of us. After just a year, even a modest camera user can build up a collection well in excess of a thousand photos. Thanks to the fact that it's now so easy to take photos at any time and in almost any situation, it doesn't take long before you end up with multiple folders full of files. Just wait until you're trying to find a specific photo among all that! Chances are, you might want to just keep your best photos, but if you're relying on manual processes alone to cull your collection and keep track of your best work, you'll end up deleting something important. Rather than leaving you to face this overwhelming task alone, ACDSee was developed to streamline your workflows and provide a solution that helps you keep track of everything within a single program.

What makes ACDSee stand apart from other solutions is that it builds upon the familiar file and folder infrastructure to minimize the learning curve. At a first glance, it looks and works much like the Windows File Explorer. However, by providing user-friendly and intuitive controls, it helps you keep organized with features such as photo categories, the ability to assign hierarchical keywords and tags, and even use visual color labelling. To automate much of the laborious manual tasks of old, it also includes a smart indexing feature that automatically catalogues and organizes your photos while the computer is idle. This makes it the perfect solution for those with larger collections who don't want to spend hours migrating their content to a completely new system.

ACDSee also helps you optimize, improve, and share photos all within one program. In other words, it does far more than just help you optimize your workflows. No longer do you have to waste time with trivial manual tasks. With built-in editing features, such as red-eye removal, resizing, flipping, and more, you can enjoy complete control over your collection at the tap of a button. That's a lot of time saved!

Take a look at https://www.acdsee.com/en/products/photo-studio-standard (www.acdsee.com) to get started!

About the Author

Jamie Atkins is a professional photographer who uses automation to organize photos, edit, and share photos and more.

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