ACDSee Photo Editor for Windows Vista

ACDSee Photo Editor for Windows Vista

ACD Systems has released ACDSee Photo Editor for Windows Vista, their second product to be certified for the new operating system. Two weeks ago, ACDSee 9 Photo Manager also came out with the “Certified for Windows Vista” logo.

ACDSee Photo Editor is an application that not only fixes common photo problems like poor exposure, red-eye, awkward framing, fuzziness, skin blemishes, lens flares, etc. but also offers tools for creating cards, albums and calendars from photos.

“We’re amazed by the albums, digital scrapbooks and layouts our customers are creating with Photo Editor”, said Mark Franklin, executive vice president of ACD Systems.

The full version of the Vista-certified ACDSee Photo Editor is available for $70. Owners of the previous version of ACDSee Photo Editor can get their free Vista Certified update via the ACDSee Support Center.


Published by Chris Malinao

Chris teaches Lightroom as workflow software to photography students at the FPPF, Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation. He also teaches smartphone photography.