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ACDSeee Photo Editor: bad for drawback

I've just downloaded ACDSeee Photo Editor and started to put it through its paces, but I think there is at least one serious drawback in color management. How is it possible to view correctly an image which has an embedded color profile othe than the default sRGB ?

Many of my photos are mainly taken with an SRL camera and embed the Adobe RGB Color space and have to be viewed correctly on a calibrated monitor, alongside with other images coming from my wife's compact which uses sRGB.

Apparently, but may be I'm wrong, there's no way of telling the program, unlike ACDSee Pro, to use everytime the profile embedded in each picture.

Recommend some photo editing software like Photoshop

Can anyone recommend a good light version of photoshop? I need something to just do simple conversion of file formats and give me more control over compression (bmp>png, bmp>jpg, etc) and sometimes I need it to load faster than photoshop because I just need to a simple task that doesn't need layers and such.


IrfanView - free & lightweight, and can perform batch operations (and more)

May or may not be what you're looking for, but it's a good software addition regardless

We've heard that a million monkeys at a million keyboards could produce the complete works of Shakespeare; now, thanks to the Internet, we know that is not true

Try picasa 2 ....google for it, it's free and a pretty good editing program, lots of features

Hopefully my advice will help you...Please post back with your results


MS photo editor Adjust the contrast of an image

Adjust the contrast of an image

The Contrast control changes the difference between adjacent colors or shades of gray.

1. On the Standard toolbar, click Image Balance.

2. Drag the Contrast slider to increase (90) or decrease (0) the contrast.

To adjust all colors, select All Colors in the lower-left list before dragging the slider. To adjust the color channels separately, select Red, Green, or Blue.


How to know if MS Photo Editor is on my computer?

1. To determine whether Microsoft Photo Editor is installed on your computer, go to Start/Programs/Microsoft Office Tools (see illustration below).

2. If Microsoft Photo Editor is there in Microsoft Office Tools, you have it installed on your computer.

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