Find Your Lost Or Stolen Camera

Thieves beware. CameraTrace scours the internet searching for photos that were taken with your camera to help police track it down and get it back for you.

Often cameras aren’t stolen, they’re simply lost. You’ll receive a Lost & Found Tag with a unique serial number to put on your camera to help you get it back.

Features:

  • Image monitoring to help find photos taken with your missing camera.
  • Lost and found tag to help someone who finds your camera get it back to you.
  • Assistance is getting the lost or stolen camera back and saving you the risk.
  • Copyright protection for the photos you upload.

Visit: cameratrace.com

PanoramPlus Starter Edition – The ultimate free Panorama software

Stitch your photos together quickly and easily with PanoramaPlus Starter Edition. It’s 100% free and is yours to keep so download it now and start creating fabulous panoramas today.

 Features:

- Create a beautiful free panorama, both horizontal and vertical

- Panoramas are created automatically

- Create panoramas up to 3000 x 3000 pixels

- Exported in the popular .jpg file type

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GIMP 2.7.5 released

We’ve just released GIMP 2.7.5, the last beta in the 2.7.x series. This version got various fixes and improvements, translation updates and a few minor features such as configurable default color of quick masks.

Since this version GIMP is shipping with a revamped brush pack and a set of ca. 40 tools presets, mostly painting related. The work was done by Ramón Miranda (GIMP Paint Studio) and Guillermo Espertino. This particular change is a first major step in updating the default bundle of resources to match user expectations.

GIMP is the GNU Image Manipulation Program. It is a freely distributed piece of software for such tasks as photo retouching, image composition and image authoring. It works on many operating systems, in many languages.

Written on Unix, GIMP is arguably the most popular alternative for Photoshop available today.

Visit: gimp.org

Photoscape – Free Photo Editing Software

A basic photo editor that lets you fix and enhance photos. It has a lot of interesting features such as support for animated gifs, a splitter which divides a photo up into several pieces and attaching multiple photos vertically or horizontally to create one final photo.

Key Features

  • Viewer: View photos in your folder, create a slideshow
  • Editor: resizing, brightness and color adjustment, white balance, backlight correction, frames, balloons, mosaic mode, adding text, drawing pictures, cropping, filters, red eye removal, blooming, paint brush, clone stamp, effect brush
  • Batch editor: Batch edit multiple photos
  • Page: Merge multiple photos on the page frame to create one final photo
  • Combine: Attach multiple photos vertically or horizontally to create one final photo
  • Animated GIF: Use multiple photos to create a final animated photo
  • Print: Print portrait shots, carte de visites(CDV), passport photos
  • Splitter: Slice a photo into several pieces
  • Screen Capture: Capture your screenshot and save it
  • Color Picker: Zoom in on images, search and pick a color
  • Rename: Change photo file names in batch mode
  • Raw Converter: Convert RAW to JPG
  • Paper Print: Print lined, graph, music and calendar paper
  • Face Search: Find similar faces on the Internet

Visit: photoscape.org

XnView updated to 1.98.7

XnView is one of the most powerful photo viewers out there and probably the thing that attracts so many users is its freeware license.

But what’s more important is that XnView has so many features that it can easily challenge all the other tools in the same software category, regardless of their names and developer.

The interface is absolutely amazing, as it’s highly-customizable and impressively easy to use. Although it might be a bit overwhelming at the first glance, XnView lets you modify most of the things about its interface, including toolbars and buttons.

But the greatest thing does not reside in its interface, but under the hood. Right click any picture you want and a whole new dimension opens its doors. The context menu allows you to start a batch conversion or renaming, send the photo by email, move or copy it to a certain folder, tag and rate it, set it as wallpaper and many, many other things.

What we found really impressive during our test was the quick conversion feature that lets you right click a photo and convert it into JPEG, TIFF, BMP and PNG formats in a second. Of course, the batch processes work like a charm every time and it’s all about configuration this time. Just make the settings you want, pick the photos you want to work it and let the app do its magic. All things considered, XnView is definitely one of the best tools of its kind, so if you’re looking for a freeware photo viewer and converter, this one should be one of your top picks.

Visit: xnview.com