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Oct 06, 2005, 05:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Dmitri Popov)


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"Even a novice digital photographer knows that finding a good application for managing digital photos is as important as having a decent lens in your camera. DigiKam and F-Spot are the most obvious open source tools for the job, but a lesser known but equally useful digital photo application called Album Shaper is also worth considering. This multi-platform software allows you not only to organize your digital photos, but also enhance them and share them with others.

"Installing Album Shaper is a breeze. Linux users will be delighted to know that the application's Web site provides binaries for different distributions. If you are running, for example, Mandriva, installing Album Shaper is as easy as double-clicking on an RPM file. To start the application, switch to the usr/bin directory and run the sh AlbumShaper command..."

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