Accessible photo management
Picasa is a program for viewing and organizing photos on your Mac.
Picasa finds every HD image of the user and displays them in the best interface. The most critical component of the program is considered to be the presentation mode.
Picasa for Mac has advanced features that are pretty easy to manage. In Picasa, you can record photos to external media and make full-screen slideshows.
Customize your print settings however you want to retrieve photos from digital cameras. Picasa will help you make the perfect album of photo collections.
In Picasa, you can also add tags to photos for easy sorting, specify where the pictures were taken, and tag people in them.
Picasa additionally allows you to crop, straighten, adjust color with contrast, sharpen, correct, and add filters. The user can use the photos to create posters, montages, screensavers, and make small movies.
The perfect tool for beginners
Picasa is considered an accessible and understandable tool for users. There are many advanced settings, but editing is regarded as an essential function of the program. The Picasa graphical interface is intuitive, giving access to all the program settings. Less experienced users will get complete help built into the software to understand better its features and how to use them.
Ability to manage the processing of your photos from the point of import to share with other users, Picasa is ideal for organizing your photo albums, making the first retouches of your photos, and sharing them with your loved ones. Picasa is easy to access, and amateur photographers will appreciate what it offers, mainly if they already use other Google services.
- Great informant for photo processing
- Versatile range of effects
- Ability to add tags to photos
- Additional functions
- Bad facial recognition