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PhotoSift 1.11

Quickly organise an unsorted image library

by Mike Williams

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License: Freeware
Operating Systems: Windows 7 (32 bit), Windows 7 (64 bit), Windows 8, Windows Server, Windows Vista (32 bit), Windows Vista (64 bit), Windows XP
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Languages: English
Software Cost: Free
Date Updated: 17 June 2014
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Developer: RL Vision
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PhotoSift 1.11
Quickly organise an unsorted image library

PhotoSift is a portable open-source tool which makes it quick and easy to organise large numbers of digital images.

The program's basic principles are very straightforward. Point PhotoSift at your source images and it will show you each one, in turn. You press a key, A-Z or 0-9, each of which corresponds to some category you've thought about earlier (A = keep, B = maybe, C = no, say); the photo is copied or moved to a corresponding folder, and the next image is shown. This process is repeated until you're done, and because you're just pressing a few keys, it almost comes down to reaction times: it's very fast.

PhotoShift isn't just restricted to copying or moving files. There are also keyboard shortcuts to flip or rotate an image, delete or rename it, and step forwards and backwards through the image list, while you can zoom in or out with the mouse.

If your sorting needs are very simple, maybe just three or four categories, then PhotoSift can work very well. But of course if you're hoping to organise your images into a complex nest of folders then it may not help very much, and dragging and dropping with the mouse is likely to deliver better results.

Version 1.11 fixes an issue with the menu colour scheme on Windows 8.1

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A quick and easy way to sort your digital images

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Spektrel Art is a stand-alone program and Photoshop plugin which transforms digital photos into "magical art that glimmers and gleams with intersecting lines of tapered light".

What does that mean? Essentially it applies a configurable mix of effects, enhancing edges, smoothing backgrounds and emphasizing colours. Take a look at the thumbnail for one example, and the official product page has more.

Spektral Art works much like any similar tool. Open an image, click one of the thumbnails to apply a particular preset, or click a few buttons and drag some sliders to fine-tune the results.

There's surprising scope for variation, too. For example, just switching from the "Light" to "Dark" theme can transform a bright and friendly image into something dark and sinister, at least in some cases (results vary depending on the source image).

Please note, the demo version doesn't allow images to be saved.

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