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Extensis Portfolio 7.0 Review

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Reader Score: 7.92 (out of 10)
Many of us who have been involved with digital photography have quickly found ourselves overwhelmed by the sheer number of images we accumulate. We watch our hard drives filling up and face the need to archive images to CD's or DVD's. All too often, we lose track of them. Then, one day, a client asks for an image, and it takes long hours of searching through the archives to find it. The need for a way to manage and keep track of images becomes painfully apparent.

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Recently, I finally made true with one of my repeating New Year’s resolutions and catalogued all of my images. Until then, I had used an old version of ACDsee, which proved very inadequate due to its lack of advanced keyword query capabilities. There are quite a number of different programs that support cataloguing today. As so often, I wrote down my initial requirements, and then refined them as I learned more about these programs.....At the end, I decided to use Extensis’ Portfolio 7. Following is the workflow that I adopted:
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