To better serve you with quality, well-rounded tutorial content, we’ve moved our blog here: From now on, that’s where all new content will be posted. You may have read all about how you can put the Collections feature to work for you organizing and finding your photos. What does matter is that in the Create Collection dialog, under Location, you enable the Inside a Collection Set option.
But did you know: you can also make collection sets, which is fancy-speak for creating hierarchies of collections inside parent collections. Create a new folder by right-clicking the collection set. Choose the Collection set you just created from the drop-down menu.
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Overall Review Winner ACDSee (forum) Freeware Winner Xn View (forum) [multiplatform] Other Tools Ashampoo Photo Commander 3 The Image Management Tool Shootout There are an overwhelming number of programs designed to help you organize, search, view, and modify your digital photographs and images.
ACDSee is a great picture viewer, graphic converter and digital image management tool.
With ACDSee you can find, organize, and preview images and media files on your computer, and efficiently acquire images from digital cameras, scanners and other devices.
On top of these, ACDSee Pro 6 gains native 64-bit support and a non-destructive adjustment brush for applying edits without affecting the underlying file, along with a list of tweaks and changes.
The more basic ACDSee 15 gains color management for the first time.
ACDSee provides a near-perfect balance of power user functionality with an elegant user interface.
Coming a year after the previous versions, the latest incarnations include a selection of tool improvements and smarter keyword handling.
Both also gain improved noise reduction for working with high ISO images.
These programs range from expensive commercial tools designed for professional photographers / content managers, to tiny freeware utilities designed for total novices.
The main purpose of this review is to identify the best overall image management tool for power users - those who need a wide range of features and an efficient user interface.