Picasa is an indispensable piece of software for photography fans, and functions in a number of different ways – as a cataloguer and viewer, as an editor and as a sharing software. With Picasa, you can import any photos and pictures that are stored on your PC. Picasa lets you select the drive and folders to scan and gives you the option of synchronizing automatically each time you open up the software. You will no longer have to manually import new pictures. Once your photos have been added to Picasa, they are organized into albums that will appear in folders with the same names from which they were taken. Then, you can reorganize and move photos from one location to another by simply dragging and dropping.
Picasa also lets you add tags to your pictures so that you can sort them easily, including adding the location in which the photos were taken, or the people in the photo, so that you can easily find them. Picasa isn't specialist editing software, but it does provide an interesting array of features that you can use to perform basic edits, either image by image, side by side or in batches, including cropping, straightening, adjusting color and contrast, enhancing sharpness, red eye correction, and applying filters.
This site contains Picasa and Picasa Web Album help resources. All content is created and owned by Picasa Top Contributors. Picasa is a photo editing and management program that also lets you take advantage of Google+ integration to back up your photos automatically.
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Other features are built in to Picasa so that you can use your photos to create posters, montages, screensavers and even movies. It can all be viewed through the external Picasa viewer and can be shared with others in multiple ways, including in the Picasa web platform, your Google+ account, Blogger, and email. Finally, Picasa also includes some very useful options to detect duplicate and empty albums, geo-tag photos, save, and compress your photos. Accessible software Picasa is software that is both comprehensive and accessible. It doesn't offer many advanced settings, but the editing tool is perhaps the best example of its ease of use. Its graphical interface is intuitive and gives immediate access to all the options in the program. Less experienced users will benefit from the comprehensive help that's built into the software so that they can better understand its features and how to use them.
What's happening to Picasa? Picasa is now retired. (If you speak English, you can.) After Picasa is retired: • Picasa should continue to work anywhere it's installed, and you don't need to take any action. • There won't be any more updates to Picasa.
Picasa will only work online. • Picasa will no longer be available for download. What's happening to Picasa Web Albums? After May 1, 2016, we will begin retiring Picasa Web Albums. (If you speak English, you can.) After Picasa Web Albums is retired, you'll be able to: • See and edit albums you created using Google Photos. (This won't include photo tags, comments, or +1's.) • Download your albums using. • See all your albums and metadata, including photos you've uploaded to Google+, Blogger, and Hangouts, in the.
Links that will continue to work • Links to photos and albums whose URLs use your user ID number (and not your username). • Links to Public Galleries whose URLs use your user ID number (and not your username). Links that will stop working • Slideshows embedded on websites. Pinnacle Profiler Windows 10. • Picasa Web Albums & photos embedded on websites. • Links to photos, albums, and Public Galleries whose URLs use your username (and not your user ID number).
Switch to Google Photos With Google Photos, you can: • Create albums • Share photos • Edit photos • Search your photos for people, places, and things • See captions you added by clicking Info after opening the photo or video. Add photos to Google Photos Albums that you've already synced to Picasa Web Albums are already in Google Photos. Picasa no longer works online, so you will not be able to add or sync albums or individual photos.
To upload individual photos and videos, download the Backup and Sync application. Picasa Web Albums actions and features that don't work in Google Photos • Photo tags, tagging people, likes, +1's, and Picasa Web comments. You can see these in the. • Making slideshows. • Embedding photos or albums onto websites.
• Accessing photos you uploaded to Google+, Blogger, and Hangouts. • Following people. • Viewing public galleries.