- Elena Santos |
- January 9, 2007
Luckily for some but sadly for others, Christmas is over. Now it's time to go back to harsh reality and forget about the holidays... or maybe not! Because if you used your digital camera while enjoying Christmas dinner or meeting some old friends back in your home town, now it's time to make the most of those pictures.
To begin with, Picasa is a good option to store and organize pictures in your computer. It also allows you to retrieve them easily by means of a handy timeline. Then you can just select the best ones and create a nice printed collage with Arcsoft PhotoImpression.
However, if you’re on the ecological side and don’t want to waste paper, you can always record a photo VCD with the help of MemoriesOnTV. It’s a really easy-to-use piece of software that will enable you to show off your best shots on the DVD player.
If any picture needs retouching, take a look at PhotoFiltre, a powerful app that features everything you may need to edit and optimize photos. Like the well-known Photoshop, but smaller, lighter and cheaper – basically free.
One last tip: don’t forget to resize your pictures before sharing them by email; otherwise the message will take ages to download. VSO Image Resizer will do it for you in just a couple of mouse clicks, saving you time, work and bandwidth.