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Free and effective photo editor Picasa is useful free software for photography lovers. It functions in a number of different ways as an image organizer and viewer for handling and editing digital photos. Accessible and focused on beginners, it’s easy to use Picasa’s photo editing tools to enhance images, remove red-eye, and correct contrast and color. Even though it’s been discontinued, is it still available for Picasa? (Function () {(‘review-app-page-desktop’);}); Although it is now discontinued, Picasa is still available to download and use offline. Picasa was created by a company called Lifescape in 2002. In July 2004, Google acquired Picasa and began offering it as free software. However, in February 2016, Google announced that it would stop supporting Picasa Desktop and Web Albums. Picasa Web Albums, a companion service, was closed in May 2016. Despite this, Picasa is still available and works wherever it is already installed. It is fully compatible with Windows 10 although no new updates will be made. Picasa software no longer works online, but you won’t be able to add or sync albums, or People are also available for Mac. Alternatives to Picasa As an alternative to Picasa, Google recommends using its Google Photos service to create albums, share photos, edit photos and browse your photos. There are other alternatives to Picasa as well. For being a simple photo organizer, Fotobounce does a sufficient job, even if the interface is not very user friendly. FastStone Image Viewer is both an image viewer and an editor, although it lacks the editing functionality of Picasa. Ribbet Photo Editor offers intuitive cross-platform photo editing services. IrfanView enables solid image viewing and editing (and batch editing) of photos, while ACDSee is an image organizer, image viewing and editing program. For those who want more powerful photo editing, Adobe Photoshop is one of the most advanced and popular image editors in the world. Meanwhile, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom is simpler and easier to use, but still has advanced tools. What can I do with Picasa? Downloading and installing Picasa is easy with the Windows installer. When the application starts, users can choose where Picasa imports images from on their computer: choose to scan My Documents, My Pictures and the desktop, or scan the entire computer. At this stage, you can also choose to use the Picasa photo viewer to view photos directly from Windows Explorer. The viewer can open different types of files, including .jpg, .bmp, .gif, .png, .tga, .tif and .TIFF, .webp, and . Picasa Download raw extensions. Picasa also lets you select the device and folders to scan, allowing you to automatically sync each time you open the software. No need to import new images manually. Once your photos have been added to Picasa, they are organized into albums that appear in folders with the same name from which they were taken. You can rearrange and move photos from one place to another simply by dragging and dropping. Picasa also lets you add tags to your photos so you can easily sort them, including adding thelocation where photos were taken (although this must be entered manually these days). You can also tag people in images so that you can find them easily. The Picasa interface is pretty basic and looks pretty boxy and dated now. You can change how photos are displayed and easily switch between Library view and Edit view (found in the View menu). The interface tabs distinguish between different library projects and import sections. Fast, efficient and easy editing Picasa is not special editing software, but it does provide an interesting variety of functions that you can use to perform basic edits, whether it is frame by frame, tile or batch. Improvements include cropping, straightening, automatic light, color, and contrast adjustment, improved sharpness, and red-eye correction. You can also use the useful and fun Image Processing options to apply filters. There are many fun filters available, all of which are fully customizable and made our images look great. Picasa is extremely easy to use for editing photos. Tooltips appear when you hover over icons, while more complicated tools, like red-eye removal and retouching, display full instructions in the toolbar on the left of the screen. Beginners will find it easy to produce beautifully enhanced photos. Other features are built into Picasa, so you can use your photos to create posters, collages, screen savers, and videos. In a nod to the Picasa application era, you can even create a gift CD by selecting and burning images to CD with a disc burner. We loved the intuitive functionality of Picasa when creating creative projects. The program provides easy-to-follow instructions, and we were able to quickly put together a video of our photos, add audio, and basic transitions. We liked the fact that it was easy to change the dimensions of the video and adjust the length of the video to fit the sound. Finally, Picasa also includes some very useful options for detecting duplicates and blank albums and compressing your photo editing software. your photo albums, make the first retouch of your photos and create fun projects like videos and collages. Besides being free, the beauty of Picasa is that it is comprehensive and accessible. It doesn’t offer many advanced settings, but the editing tool is easy to use and completely customizable for users who want some flexibility. The interface is intuitive and provides instant access to all the program’s options. UltraISO 64 Bit Download
Less experienced users will benefit from comprehensive help built into the software so they can better understand its features and how to use it…

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