After GrainPro has issued me this Mac laptop, it felt like I had given up on so many things that a regular laptop can do. One of them is the PhotoShop which I have been using for my digital scraps. Next was the watermarker that I’ve really liked ‘coz it helps one blogger makes her life easier when it comes to watermarking the photos.
I have looked and searched. It took me some time to finally got what I’d be comfortable with. Stumbled upon JetPhoto Studio 5, downloaded the application and tested it with the first batch of my Europe trip photos that I have been wanting to blog about.
JetPhoto Studio is a feature-rich and easy-to-use digital photography software.
– Organizes photos in albums
– Manage photos with the calendar and map
– Geotag photos with GPS
– Create Flash and Web galleries
– Publish web albums with JetPhoto Server
– New version 5 can also manage video clips and make Flash or web galleries contain videos.
For a free application like this, it’s a jackpot for having too many offered features.
It also allows you create albums for easy organizing your photos. In my case, I delete them right after they are watermarked and uploaded on Flickr, for as long as I have a back-up of the original and raw photos.
This program also gives you the option to resize your photos to several copies in the exported album data.
And of course, I am very much satisfied with its watermarking feature. You don’t have to do it one by one, instead just drag all the photos to it, click, and watermark by using an image.
I swear, it’s very easy. No sweat and regret! And it’s free!