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Organize Photos In Picasa

Organize Photos In Picasa

If you’re like most people, you know it doesn’t take much to wind up with the computer jammed with thousands of photos named IMG_2189.jpg. Picasa is a great one-stop tool that helps you organize and edit your photos fast and easy.

Here is a step by step guide to help you organize and easily edit your photo collections in Picasa:

Working with Picasa

An online photo gallery enables you to share your collections easily. Picasa gives each user 1 GB of free space to store and share their photos with friends and family. Creating web galleries in Picasa is fun and easy to do.

This mini guide will simplify the entire process for you, but first, here are the basics:

Share Panoramas

Share Panoramas

You’ve probably created your first panoramas by now, so it’s time to share them with the world. If you don’t know how to create them, read our recent post.

There may be other free programs to create panoramas, but since we intend to share them online I highly encourage you to use CleVR. It’s a convenient 2-in-1 tool, both stitching software and an online service that can be used separately.

Create Panoramas Easily

Create Panoramas Easily

If you’re like most people, you’ve already discovered the Panorama mode or function on your camera. You’ve probably tried it a few times, didn’t really know what to expect and gave up. While not all cameras have a distinct single-shot panoramic setting, you can still create your own panoramas following some very simple steps.

Here are a few pointers to help you create panoramas in a few easy steps:

Watermark Your Photos today

Digital photography is not simply about taking pictures, the editing of these pictures is one thing that make it so flexible and exciting, allowing stunning post production effects and touch ups. Choosing the right software to assist you in this process can be daunting, especially for amateur photographers.

The most popular photo editing software on the market is undoubtedly Adobe Photoshop. Most professional photographers use this software, which is known as Adobe Photoshop CS5, although it is quite complicated and takes a lot of learning, plus it is rather expensive. However, many of it’s basic edition options are easy to understand, therefore a beginner user may obtain exceptional results. Adobe Photoshop CS5 is not recommended for amateur photographers, it is best to start with the simpler, and much less expensive versions.