This versatile imaging package does almost everything a casual photographer needs it to do. StudioLine Photo's bulky but handsome Mac-style interface makes it convenient for editing several photos at once. The program applies your operations immediately to any number of images. It maintains the original image in its image archive and keeps a record of any changes or enhancements. You can resize, crop, perform color corrections, and visually balance image quality and size. The program guides beginners through all steps of gallery creation and teaches good Web-design manners. We appreciate that the program gives you numerous templates for creating Web galleries, greeting cards, calendars, and CD covers. The demo version of the paid StudioLine Photo package improves on the free StudioLine Photo Basic by lifting limits on the number of photos in a gallery and by including several page templates. It also imports photos directly from most digital cameras. However, you still cannot change the gamma or the buttons. Easy to use and instructive, StudioLine Photo is a solid choice for novices and photo hobbyists.
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