Tweak, process and optimise your JPEGs with Jhead
February 4, 2015 – 07:31 | Comments Off on Tweak, process and optimise your JPEGs with Jhead
Tweak, process and optimise your JPEGs with Jhead

Jhead is a free command line tool which crams a host of JPEG-tweaking power into its tiny 163KB executable.
The program can strip out all unnecessary metadata, reducing file size a little (occasionally, a lot), and …

BatchPurifier LITE quickly strips JPEG metadata
December 5, 2013 – 14:37 | Comments Off on BatchPurifier LITE quickly strips JPEG metadata
BatchPurifier LITE quickly strips JPEG metadata

Take a picture with a digital camera and your JPEG will usually have plenty of metadata attached: camera name, model, date taken, flash mode, ISO speed and more. You might then add a title, author, …

Add image previews to Explorer right-click menus with FastPreview
August 30, 2013 – 11:00 | Comments Off on Add image previews to Explorer right-click menus with FastPreview
Add image previews to Explorer right-click menus with FastPreview

The Windows Explorer Preview pane can be a convenient way to display the currently selected image without launching a separate viewer. This also consumes a large chunk of screen space, though, which is why many …

Browse, manage, retouch and share your photos with GTKRawGallery
May 2, 2013 – 12:07 | Comments Off on Browse, manage, retouch and share your photos with GTKRawGallery
Browse, manage, retouch and share your photos with GTKRawGallery

Most digital cameras will by default save photos as JPEG files, and it’s easy to see why: they’re small, can be saved and reloaded quickly, and are supported by just about every graphics package available.
Switching …

Review: CyberLink PhotoDirector 3
March 6, 2012 – 11:09 | Comments Off on Review: CyberLink PhotoDirector 3
Review: CyberLink PhotoDirector 3

CyberLink may be a huge name in the video world, thanks to powerful applications like PowerDirector, but when it comes to photo workflow applications they’re still relative beginners. And so it was no surprise that …