Digital photography is still a growth area and stands out from nearly every other computer-based activity, apart from digital music creation. It's a subject area which can be judged by the popularity and availability of digital photography magazines.
Which means there are always new digital photo and image managers, tools that will enable you to share photos with your friends and family, tools that enable professional image improvement and other applications that enable you to create an online photo album.
Corel - famous for their photo editing tools - have recently released Snapfire, a basic photo sharing application. Kodak EasyShare is another popular image management and sharing tools, along with Picasa. Microsoft Max is still in early development, whilst Adobe Photoshop Album Starter Edition and StudioLine Photo Basic are both worth a look. ACDSee 9 is due soon, so keep an eye on VNU Downloads for the release.
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