PhotoMarks 3 has recently been released and places at the disposal of Windows and Mac users exciting new features:
- A powerful new Details view in Step 1 for visualizing and arranging thousands of images. Users have the possibility to sort pictures in Step 1 by Name, Type, Date Taken, Dimensions, Size, Location, Camera, F-stop, Exposure, ISO, DPI, Color, Coordinates, and even Altitude!
- Updated Resize filter with new option: ‘Don’t upscale images that are smaller than specified size’. Added two decimal precision for the Percents option and updated interface
- Updated Crop filter with two decimal precision for the Percents option. Updated cropping rectangle to be visible on white backgrounds
- Updated Rotate filter – Added the condition to only rotate the Portrait or the Landscape photos
- The option to maximize the window for all graphical filters
- The option to pause the photo processing
- Full support for both Windows 10 and macOS Sierra
- Extended support for RAW image formats by adding the newest DSLR digital cameras
The new Details feature from Step 1 is designed to help users easily organize hundreds of images by rearranging them with drag and drop, or by sorting them.
As a professional photographer you want to maintain an effective workflow and not have to search through numerous photos every time you’re looking for something specific. The Details feature is particularly built for this kind of tasks, since it enables you to organize photos by Date Taken, Dimensions, Camera, F-stop, Exposure, ISO, DPI, Color, Coordinates, and even Altitude! For example, you can arrange photos based on the amount of ambient light in the picture by sorting after ISO.
As a real estate professional or property inspector you may need to sort your photos by Date Taken, Size, Location, Camera, and Coordinates. For instance, if you wish to better file your work, you have the possibility to arrange photos by the date they were taken with the digital camera.
The Resize filter enjoys now an updated interface and a new option that enables you to skip images that are already smaller than the new specified dimensions.
The Crop filter has been visually updated, making the drag & drop cropping rectangle now visible even on white backgrounds. Moreover, the Percents option has received a boost in accuracy with the addition of two decimal precision.
PhotoMarks 3 allows users to maximize the window regardless of the graphical filter they intend to apply. Furthermore, users enjoy now the option to pause the photo processing, an option which may come in handy when they’re editing thousands of pictures in a single session.
We hope this update will be an important step forward in your photo watermarking process! If you want to know more about what PhotoMarks can do for you, please see the features list!