Only a few short years ago, anyone producing digital
photography software, magazines, websites or other literature, couldn't go
wrong. People couldn't get enough of the latest information about what camera
they should use and how they could get the most from their camera. The market
has flattened somewhat, yet there are still software developers producing new
photo management and sharing tools, although few compete with iPhoto on the Mac
and are never as feature-packed as Adobe Lightroom or Aperture.
Photology 22.214.171.124 is yet another photo management tool that ships with a rather unique user-interface. It attempts to make management, editing and sharing, easy. It's clearly aimed at the consumer and would be superb if it was free software. However, it's commercial and only ships as a 14-day trial. Our advice? Try it and see how it stacks up against your current photo management software.
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