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Adobe Photoshop Album [Old Version]

by Adobe
Platform : Windows NT, Mac, Linux, Unix, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows, Windows 95
102 customer reviews

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Adobe Photoshop Album is designed to help users easily and quickly find, fix, share, and protect their photos in one integrated solution. Instead of searching through an endless list of folders, see all of your photos in one place, no matter how large your collection gets. Immediately find photos by the date they were taken and the intuitive timeline and calendar views. You can also use keyword tags to easily tag your photos by people, places, events, or any other category you choose.

Fixing red-eye, cropping, and other common photo problems is right at your fingertips, so you get great-looking pictures every time. Make the most of your photos with professionally designed templates for slideshows with music, video, and audio clips, or albums, greeting cards, calendars, professionally bound books, and more. Share your experiences by e-mailing, printing, or viewing them on your TV screen using a DVD player--no additional software is required. The step-by-step wizard makes it easy to bring your photos to life in albums, slideshows, greeting cards, calendars, and more. Use Photoshop Album to easily back up your lifetime of photos and keep them safe.

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  • Shipping Weight: 0.2 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
  • ASIN: B00007KLFK
  • Date first available at January 6, 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (102 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,632 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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133 of 137 people found the following review helpful By F.M. on February 27, 2003
I've been using intensely Adobe Photoshop Album for about a week now, and I squeezed it as much as possible (even obtained some access violation faults with sudden stop of the program). I am very pleased with the program, and I will gladly list the reasons for that:
1. It focuses on stability over features - this product, unlike many others, doesn't give up quality by masquerading a miriad of creepy features inserted just to steal attention (and money) from consumers (but features that don't work well). Adobe Photoshop Album is not a "feature rich" product, but it exhibits an amazing stability for version 1.
2. It is reliable - although not completely bug free (as I said, I was able to make it stop suddenly), it is designed in such a way that you don't lose your work if it stops unexpectedly. Perhaps they save the data after each change; if they do so, they do it with amazing speed - practically seamlessly.
3. It is easy to use - you don't need the manual (which is very basic in explanations). The interface speaks for itself, and everything is under the tip of the mouse pointer.
4. Tagging, searching and sorting is hugely intuitive. The program has some basic tag categories: People, Places, Events and Others.
Do you have a new picture and don't know how to tag it? Just look at it and describe it in plain English. You did 90% of the tagging task - without even knowing.
Example: "Granny is watering the flowers in the garden". Then you should tag it with: Granny (category People), Garden (category Places), Watering (category Events), Flowers (category Other). As simple as emitting sentences while speaking: subject-verb-object/adverbs. Even a child can do it!
If the product is so good, why do I give it only 4 stars? Well, here are the CONs:
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76 of 78 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 27, 2003
Photoshop Album has changed everything for me. I've been beta testing it for several months now and I am totally sold on Adobe's approach to photo categorization.
This software is great for everyone. If you're just looking for some basic software that will help you organize your photos simply, Photoshop Album is the perfect tool. You can import photos directly from your camera, and they are automatically organized chronologically, searchable via the convenient, intuitive timeline.
For those willing to put a little more time into organizing the photo collection, Photoshop Album's tagging system is the answer to your dreams. First you set up tags like "Mom", "Sis", "Egypt", "New Years Eve 2002" (grouped under "People", "Places", and "Events"). Now, simply drag the corresponding tags onto your photos, and Voila! Now you can see all photos from "New Years Eve 2002" or all photos of "Mom". You can even see all photos from "New Years Eve 2002" with "Mom" in them!
Once you have the photos you want to work with, making slideshows, printing or emailing to friends is, again, one click away. You can even fix-up photos to correct red eye, brightness, colours, etc.
The software is quick and stable and incredibly intuitive. There's no doubt the interface team has worked long hours with users to make these new concepts really work. No superfluous bells or whistles; just solid, creative usability throughout the application.
Best of all, this software is incredibly affordable. I would highly recommend this software to anyone who uses a digital camera!
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95 of 102 people found the following review helpful By M. MIDDLETON on January 9, 2003
I have been using adobe products for years now, I really like the approach in this program. I used to sort my photos by folders. Which was time consuming, now I tag them with keywords. I had always run into problems with my naming because I would use such naming routines as xmas02trip.jpg, 2xmas02trip.jpg and so on, now I can tag each photo with the same name. It's great and I don't have to keep renaming a, b, c or with numbers.
The time line function is really cool also, all I have to know is the date or even near the date I took the photo to be able to find it. I don't have the need for the touch up tools because I use another program for that, so I can't really tell you how that works.
It's basically a great cataloger program. Which gives you a different approach to sorting not just your photos but also video.
Another thing I really love about it is you can print multiple photos on one sheet of photo paper without wasting paper. So you can fill up a whole sheet and cut individual photos out.
If you are a organizing nut like me, you'll love it too.
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44 of 46 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 8, 2003
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Adobe has taken the mp3 phenomenon to the digital picture arena, and if you ask me, it's about time someone did!
What they did right in version one...
- The user interface is attractive and intuitive.
- Users can apply tags (like tags in mp3 files) to digital photos and then search for photos based on tags (I've found the "favorites" tag to very useful so far)
- The photo timeline adds a whole new dimension to taking photos. Users can click on any year in the time line and then look at photos that were taken during that year (PA also allows you to modify the capture date of the photo - this is important for photos you scan in). You won't believe the effect this produces when you take a sunny Sunday afternoon to look at where you've been your whole life!
What they need to include in version two...
- Performance should be improved. The program takes a long time to start, and when the user clicks on a thumbnail to view a photo, if the photo is large, PA (Photoshop Album) takes nearly full 5 seconds to display a photo that is crisp and clear. This may be due to my computer's performance in general. I have a P4 1.5 GHz processor and 1 Gig of PC800 RAM. You decide.
- I don't think the tag information is stored with the image file. I've taken a look at file properties for some of my images, and I don't see a place for the tags that I've applied. So, I would recommend that in version 2 they provide a means to backup the PA database of tags. This way, when the user gets a new computer or upgrades their current computer, the tag information isn't lost.
- PA should work closely with the operating system. When users categorize photos, PA should create a directory of the same name in the default photo folder location.
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