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Asset manager for photos

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Affinity is great as photo editor but I miss of a photo organizer, or asset manager, to classify, rank, put stars, organize, make named collections, sort, search , filter and so on....

 

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On Windows, you can use Diffractor.


Andrew
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6 minutes ago, Hokusai said:

marozsas,

 

Do know that the developers are working on a DAM (digital assets manager)? Here is a link to a thread where MEB talks about it 

 

 

I guess the OP needs it "now".


Andrew
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Win10 x64 AMD Threadripper 1950x, 64GB, 512GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD + 2TB, dual GTX 1080ti
Dual Monitor Dell Ultra HD 4k P2715Q 27-Inch

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verysame,

 

You might be right. I read the original poster's comment as he wished that there was an Affinity DAM but maybe he was just asking what other people are using now. I really am not sure.

 

Hokusai

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While waiting for Affinity to develop a Lightroom like app (DAM plus quick edits than don't require layers nor saving huge files to be able to make changes later), I finally settled for the free Adobe Bridge.   I've tested numerous trial versions of other LR like or only DAM software, paid for a few of those, and concluded that no other affordable app produces such an excellent RAW conversion as Bridge, plus rating, labelling, stacking, etc. Super easy for fast culling.

 

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23 minutes ago, Hokusai said:

verysame,

 

You might be right. I read the original poster's comment as he wished that there was an Affinity DAM but maybe he was just asking what other people are using now. I really am not sure.

 

Hokusai

Good point.


Andrew
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Dual Monitor Dell Ultra HD 4k P2715Q 27-Inch

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