/ Download and Slideshow Software
Can anyone recommend an alternative please? Ideally something which also allows EXIF tagging.
I've tried Microsoft's Gallery thing, but it doesn't seem able to do a slide show using the orientation data in the files.
I'm using Windows Vista. I also have Photoshop Elements 7.0 if that helps.
Lightroom is pretty simple to get the hang of, but is a decent bit of software too.
does elements 7 include adobe bridge?
> does elements 7 include adobe bridge?
Not in Windows it seems. There's some sort of organiser instead.
it guess it depends if you want to go free or have some budget for this?
PS elements 10 includes adobe bridge which can organise, download from your camera / card reader and also has a built in slide show function
as said above there's also Lightroom which is a touch more expensive, but possibly better
however if you want free, you could probably find a few different programs that together will ultimately do all you want.
i'm using bridge / cameraraw and photoshop but i think if i was starting again would probably go down the lightroom route.
i'm pretty sure you can trial it for a month to see if it does what you want... however all adobe products have "best ways" of doing things that are worth learning through youtube etc
try www.creativecow.net for some great tuturials for example
Thanks. I had look at the organiser in Photoshop - it seemed a bit clunky. I'll trial Lightroom.Happy to pay if there's something decent available.
i haven't used LR4 personally, but loads of ppl on here rate it highly
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