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Recommended photo database software

Discussion in 'Computer Related Help & Discussion' started by Franco50, Jun 18, 2007.

  1. Franco50

    Franco50 New Member

    I am planning to digitise and catalogue my large collection of 35mm negatives. Does anyone have a recommended photo database software package? It would need to have a keyword search facility to assist the location of images.
  2. Fen

    Fen Well-Known Member

    I've found that Adobe Lightroom is good for that. It's how I catalogue my digital files.
  3. Carrie

    Carrie Well-Known Member

    Extensis Portfolio is a great programme for cataloging photos, it appears to cope with large collections really well.

    That having been said I don't use it - because it doesn't have any editing capabilities.

    I used to use aperture (MAC only) but they are very slow in adding new RAW formats. I gave up waiting for them to add the Fuji S5 and have switched my loyalties to Adobe Lightroom.
  4. Lounge Lizard

    Lounge Lizard Well-Known Member

    I looked at several a couple of years ago and settled on IMatch.
  5. Franco50

    Franco50 New Member

    Thanks for the replies ladies and gents, I shall look at your suggestions. ;)

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