ACD Systems has introduced the ACDSee Pro 8 and ACDSee 18 photo-editing programs that come packed with new features that will suit the needs of professional photographers.
Life as a photographer is not all about pressing a camera’s shutter. A lot of work is needed once your storage card is full. The images need to be imported, sorted, and edited in order to be ready for being uploaded on the web or shared with your clients.
ACD Systems is proposing two affordable solutions depending on your needs. The brand new ACDSee Pro 8 is aimed at professional photographers, while ACDSee 18 has been designed for beginner photographers. Both programs have just been announced and they are available right now.
ACDSee Pro 18 and ACDSee 18 released as fully-featured alternatives to expensive photo suites
The developer is claiming that more than 50 million people are using its products. ACDSee Pro 8 and ACDSee 18 have been designed just for them as all-in-one solutions that are well worth the costs.
The former will allow photographers to completely control their images and to enhance them, while the latter will provide a quick photo-editing and managing experience.
Both versions have been inspired by the smartphone world. ACD Systems says that mobile devices have changed the way people take photos and share them. Regardless of the device used to take a photo, people will want to share their works, so the new ACDSee products are here as the perfect solutions to manage and to share your content.
ACD Systems has already released the two programs with all of its new tools
The list of new features added to ACDSee Pro 8 and ACDSee 18 include PicaView, which previews files in your operating system’s context menu without opening the file.
Smart Indexer will index your photo folders and will add them to the program’s database when your PC is idle. SeeDrive allows users to manage their photos on the web and to share them with friends and family.
The One-Step EQ will adjust automatic exposure, so that the lighting will appear natural in your shots. However, Auto EQ automatically adjusts the exposure at the touch of a single button.
Auto Lens View is another new feature that previews an effect on top of a photo. Speaking of effects, several new ones have been added to the catalog for more creative options.
As stated above, the programs have been released on the market. ACDSee Pro 18 is available for $199.99, while ACDSee 18 can be purchased for $79.99 at the company’s official store.