Picasa - a free program to organize your reference images





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Published on Apr 12, 2016

Overview of Picasa, Google’s program to manage your pictures
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Any professional artist needs a solid library of reference pictures to work with. Picasa is a good tool to manage them. It is a free photo management program for Windows and Mac that was developed by Google. Although it is not in development anymore, at the time I am making this video, it is my favorite free application to manage pictures on Windows. There are currently no satisfying open source alternatives I know of.
Picasa allows you to add metadata to your pictures, to search through your library, and to organize them effortlessly. It is a great companion for any digital artist, and one I recommend that you check out if you want to follow my Krita training.
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