Before Aperture and Lightroom, Photo Mechanic was the workflow software. It was, and still is, the real photo management application to turn to when handling tons â€“ hundreds or thousands â€“ of photos at a time.If youâ€™re a professional photo editor whose job involves selecting photos and not selecting pixels, Photo Mechanic is your friend.
Camera Bits has updated the Photo Mechanic software, itâ€™s now Version 184.108.40.206, to bring it up to speed with the times and add support for newer cameras. The update follows a public beta period to get feedback from its actual users.
The Mac and Windows versions incorporates enhancements unique to each operating system, but most notably the update fixes a few minor bugs and adds support for rendering RAW files from the Nikon D60 and Olympus E-3. It also introduces product activation to the pro photo browsing and transfer program for the first time (yay!).
Photo Mechanic 220.127.116.11 is a free update for users who bought the application before March 2007. For new buyers, itâ€™s $150 via download and $160 on CD.
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