Managing your digital photos is a relatively easy process. You can categorise, rate them depending on the quality and search for duplicates. However, getting the most from your digital photos isn't always easy. You need to find a way of getting the photos to your friends and family, without having to post them on a CD or print the photos and send them in the old fashioned way. There must be a better option.
Microsoft Photo Story 3 is a free tool that will enable you to be more productive in how you distribute your digital photos. For instance, you can use the tool to add narration to a photo slideshow, add background music and then export them to your desktop, email the finished article or even uploaded it to your homepage. The only snag is, that this being Microsoft software, it's restricted to their technology, so Windows Media Player 10 (or higher) is required.
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