This basic photo editor's few handy functions fail to overcome its restrictive trial limitation and small feature set. Digital Photo Fixer's interface is somewhat confused and disorganized, though importing files is an easy process thanks to the tree-like browser on the main window's left side. In terms of editing features, you won't find anything here you haven't seen before. You can individually adjust color level for 11 hues, rotate shots, and alter brightness, sharpness, and contrast. We did like the preview window, which allows you to see your adjustments as you apply them. Although Digital Photo Fixer can tweak photos in batch mode, we couldn't evaluate this feature since the demo version wouldn't let us save any of our edits. Because of that limitation, many people may find this program's usefulness debatable.
From Icegiant Software:
Digital Photo Fixer makes enhancing photos a snap. Whether you wish to enhance one or 1,000 photos, you can do it in a few clicks. This application allows you to tweak all the primary and secondary colors of a photo, as well as skin-tone enhancements. Sharpness, contrast, and brightness functions also are available. You can create black-and-white and sepia photos. Once you have your color settings, you can apply them to multiple photos or a whole directory with a single click. Digital Photo Fixer makes copies of your photos and leaves your originals untouched.