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Is there a better photo management program?

by cedar817 / June 11, 2013 8:32 AM PDT

I work for a humpback whale biologist who has been studying whales for 30+ years. We have all of our data stored in an Access database. We have been using ACDSee and ThumbsPlus for the photo management. I prefer ACDSee, but Thumbs uses Access to store all of the metadata/information about each photo. It would be the perfect program if it worked consistently, but it doesn't. Does anyone out there know of any other photo management program that uses Access for the database information? I am at my wit's end with ThumbsPlus.

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Is there a better photo management program?
by jennyfrancis / June 12, 2013 7:44 PM PDT

sorry guys, i dont know about the photo management system, my point of view to search the google easy to get the source or books or documents. This is simple. Once i will try to download the source means i will given an sure. Thank you guy.

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by bestvietnam999 / November 16, 2013 10:57 AM PST

Just use Adobe Lightroom Happy

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by Clickpencil2 / October 28, 2013 11:01 PM PDT

Here is the list of top photo management program: Try These,
Google Picasa
Faststone Image Viewer
Preclick Gold Photo Organizer
Studio Line Photo Basic 3
Album Burger Photograph

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