“The declining cost of digital cameras has enabled better image capture, however the cost of software has not fallen dramatically,” says Doug Vanderkerkhove, founder of ACD Systems. “ACD Systems is striving to change that.”
The new ACDSee 14 editing software comes in at $79 and offers new special effects, drawing tools and even customizable color labels to help you track workflow. You get map view and geotagging support, a metadata panel and plenty more.
ACDSee Pro 5 includes all that and adds more tools, like dodge, burn, split toning, new sharpening tools and the ability to remove metadata. You can pick up Pro 5 at a price of $239.
You can find out more and purchase these programs directly from ACDSee