PhotoReviewer to use, just drag a folder or volume images on its icon (or in the configuration window when a new review is initiated). Moreover, if the pictures are still in the digital camera, which says PhotoReviewer connecting the camera or memory card to import, to a destination folder on the drive, and make an import for you. (For imports, you can choose to set dates to the time of creating the image of importation or use the EXIF data of each image.)In either case, it can be said that the application also search subfolders of the source folder or volume, and you can choose some options on how PhotoReviewer displays images during the review. For example, PhotoReviewer can display images at full size, or you can downscale them for faster performance.
Click Start, and PhotoReviewer displays images in a viewer window, with the thumbnails in a list on the left and large right selected image. (You can resize the window to a view of the smaller or larger image.)Then it’s time to check: By default, pressing + (or by clicking the Commit button) approves the current picture, while pressing – (or by clicking the button veto) rejected; the image is removed from the list, and the next photo is displayed. Rinse, repeat.At any time, you can view images approved or rejected by clicking + or – filters above the photo list; As an approved or rejected image is displayed, you can change your state or the state again to try. You can open an image editing application of your choice by double-clicking the image and selecting multiple images, PhotoReviewer shown side by side in the main viewing window.For simple yes / no sorting, PhotoReviewer is lightning fast: You just keep your fingers on the + and – keys and fly through your pictures, approve or reject each. If you are unsure about a particular photo, simply press the down arrow to move to the next image; you can always come back later. You can also use the arrow keys to quickly jump back and forth between the images for comparison.
If more than two categories: for example, Yes, Yes He bowed, I’m not sure, without doubt; or maybe you want to assign photos to specific projects that can use the preferences window PhotoReviewer add up to eight additional categories (for a total of 10), and then use the number keys (0-9) to assign each photo for a .my category of complaint at the time was that while iPhoto is a decent application for managing the images you want, it is a poor to go through your photos and decide which solution keeping it, so iPhoto matter in the first place. Of course, you can import iPhoto and delete everything you do not want, but it’s a slow process, and iPhoto is not optimized for the task. What I really wanted was a quick and easy way to review and photos before they got near iPhoto.PhotoReviewer was the best solution I’ve found, and it was big enough for this particular task. Unfortunately, the development of PhotoReviewer ceased, and somewhere around OS X 10.5, the application ran into trouble for those running the latest version of OS X. I’ve never found a great replacement. (A common suggestion was the photographer friends mechanical photos, but at $ 150, which is not really an option for casual users.)That view was nine years ago, but has not changed much when it comes to iPhoto and triaging images. That’s why I was very excited when the developer PhotoReviewer recently contacted me to let me know it was resuming application development. (He had taken a break to get a Ph.D.-let, priorities, people!) The latest version, 2.2.1 PhotoReviewer is as efficient as usual, adds some new features, and works very well with the mountain lion (OS X 10.8) -and, rumors, Mavericks (OS X 10.9), too.