CodedColor 6.2

It provides a worthy alternative to the likes of Photoshop Elements
3.5  (6 votes)
6.2 (See all)

CodedColor PhotoStudio Pro is an integral solution for your image editing and cataloguing needs. Its extensive list of tools and options covers almost anything your need to correct and enhance your photographs – from removing colour stains or red eyes, to correcting the exposure, white balance or brightness, this software is useful for all kinds of users. Besides, you can add effects and create your own presentations with attractive transitions.

Managing hundreds of digital photographs in your system may become a cumbersome task. With CodedColor PhotoStudio Pro you can classify, name, catalogue and save into folders and albums your whole image collection. You can copy, annotate, resize, publish, and upload any photograph, or a collection of them, and sort, search, convert, and move them to any other folder or catalogue.

Before archiving them, you may need to remove some unwanted artefacts or improve those minor colour, brightness and contrast problems – this complete software includes tools for almost any conceivable change and enhancement you may want to apply to your photographs. You have quick and easy-to-apply tools to remove stains, improve contrast, change colours, remove red eyes, correct exposure, resize, rotate, and compress any image.

CodedColor PhotoStudio Pro includes also attractive presentation options which allow you to create panoramas, PDF albums, and catalogues with artistic transitions.

To complete all this functionality, the package includes two CodedColor freeware applications – CodedColor Publisher and CodedColor PanoramaViewer. The former gives you the chance to add frames to your best photographs and create attractive albums. The latter will allow you to enjoy the panorama views you can easily create with CodedColor PhotoStudio Pro.

Francisco Martínez
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Review summary


  • Complete package with extra functionality for a comprehensive management of full collections of digital images


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