I’m still relatively new to digital photography, but Picasa’s keeping me busy. Picasa, which is free, belongs to Google. It provides photo sharing and basic photo editing software that users download to their computer hard drive.
In particular, I enjoy selecting a photograph, deciding what I want it to look like, and working on the image. The editing software enables people to straighten lopsided scenery and alter the focus and colour. I especially like the Crop feature to eradicate parts of a picture. Users can experiment with this and present the same image in more than one way. They can also get rid of wrinkles and blemishes from a photograph by using the Basic Fixes.
Pretty impressive. The option Create a Gift CD produces one or more beautifully set out photo albums to present to friends and family.