February 28, 2011 in Image Editing (F)
[prMac.com] Seminole, Florida - Blue Room Software has announced that it is initiating a public beta for PhotoPackage, a tool for both professional photographers and hobbyists that lets you easily create photo packages containing multiple copies of an image on a single page, just like portrait studios do with school photos and family portrait packages.
Packages of any number of standard or custom print sizes can be created. Images are obtained from any source, with specialized built-in integrations available for Aperture, iPhoto and Lightroom users, as well as a command line tool for power users.
Each print size is defined by placing images with non-destructive scaling, rotation and cropping functions. Intelligent packing algorithms are used to populate package sheets with the most efficient guillotine cut layout possible in order to minimize waste.
Package sheets can be rendered to any local printer or written out to disk as image files for uploading to any third-party printing service. For developers wanting to better integrate their services with PhotoPackage, an SDK for creating custom sheet writing plug-ins is also available.
At the end of the public beta program, PhotoPackage 1.0 will be available for purchase on the Mac App Store.
* MacOS X 10.6 Snow Leopard
* Intel Macintosh
Pricing and Availability:
PhotoPackage is a free demo and available for download from the Blue Room Software website.
Florida based Blue Room Software is a privately held software company founded in 2008 by Clarence Locke. Blue Room Software's current product line consists of tools for both amateur and professional photographers using Apple iPhoto and Aperture photo management software. Copyright 2008-2011 Blue Room Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Aperture and iPhoto are registered trademarks of Apple, Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.