PhotographyBLOG Reviews Cyberlink PhotoDirector
<div class='os_post_top_link'><a href='http://www.photographyblog.com/reviews/cyberlink_photodirector_review' target='_blank'>http://www.photographyblog.com/revi...director_review</a><br /><br /></div><p><em>"Cyberlink PhotoDirector is a stand alone photographic work flow tool designed to make editing and storing pictures a lot easier. Using powerful tools such as native RAW conversion for Canon and Nikon cameras, regional adjustments and non-destructive editing, PhotoDirector should be able to speed up your time sat in front of a computer to allow more time to get out and take pictures. After all, that's what photography is all about. Cyberlink PhotoDirector costs around £80 / $100 for the 2011 edition."</em></p><p><img height="356" src="http://www.photographyblog.com/images/sized/images/uploads/cyberlink_photodirector_review-275x356.jpg" width="275" /></p><p>We have <a href="http://forums.thoughtsmedia.com/f314/cyberlink-offers-photodirector-2011-beta-special-110940.html" target="_blank">highlighted Cyberlinke's PhotoDirector</a> previously, and here is a review on it. I personally love that Cyberlink took the trouble to implement Nikon and Canon's SDK, giving me the right colours from my Nikon DSLRs. Adobe Camera RAW is such a mess in that regard. I just wish it would handle larger libraries better; it does not like my current library of just 10,000 photos very much. Still, at US$100, it is a great alternative to Adobe's Lightroom, which costs quite a bit more than that!</p>
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