The ACDSee Photo Manager contains the ACDSee Photo Editor 6, which makes it easy to create the photos that the user has always envisioned. They can apply effects and filters, work with object layers, quickly correct common photo flaws, and make edits. With the ACDSee Photo Editor 6, they can also transform any shot and rescue photos that are too light or dark with the Lighting tool, which is powered by ACDSee’s patented LCE (Lighting and Contrast Enhancement) technology.
Users can take control of the brightness and contrast in their photos. They can also use the Brightening and Darkening sliders for precise edits, or adjust the internal curves by clicking and dragging directly on their photos. For a nice polish, they can also adjust the contrast, or add fill light to lighten dark areas. They can also edit and create with the versatility of objects, and add vector text and shapes over rasterized images. Users can also quickly modify effects, switch their order, or delete them at any time. ACDSee online is a way to manage, organize, and share images safely. Users can easily share their photos and memories to Facebook, Twitter, and email, or invite anyone to view their photos and albums.
Our users primarily use ACDSee Photo Manager to open these file types:
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If you have additional information about which types of files ACDSee Photo Manager can process, please do get in touch - we would love hearing from you.
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