Re: Does any other program (windows or linux) do screenshotannotation efficiently?

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by Danny D., Apr 21, 2013.

  1. Danny D.

    J. Clarke Guest

    Do you ever wonder how people made pictures before there were cameras?

    Memorizing a map works fine if (a) you have a map and (b) have time to
    memorize it. If you're working the kind of job where you may have a
    dozen appointments at different locations a GPS is a major timesaver.
    Doubly so when the route you would have otherwise taken is blocked.
     
    J. Clarke, May 9, 2013
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  2. Danny D.

    J. Clarke Guest

    Me too. My boss doesn't and I like to eat, so . . .
     
    J. Clarke, May 10, 2013
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  3. Danny D.

    J. Clarke Guest

    The trouble is that if it's a really remote place a cell phone isn't
    going to work.
     
    J. Clarke, May 11, 2013
  4. Danny D.

    J. Clarke Guest

     
    J. Clarke, May 11, 2013
  5. Urologist, Gynaecologist, Sex worker?

    -Wolfgang
     
    Wolfgang Weisselberg, May 12, 2013
  6. Danny D.

    Drogon Guest

    THIS CRAP SURE ISN'T PHOTOSHOP !!
     
    Drogon, May 14, 2013
  7. [/QUOTE]
    .... to the guy who only knows a hammer ...
    .... and only has a hammer, all objects are nails.
    Why are you shooting the breeze about something that you KNOW
    won't help the OP at all?

    Hammer, Nail.
    And that's relevant to the problem of the OP, because you
    won't even let the OP use your Photoshop, I gather?
    That's relevant to the OP because you're offering to teach
    him, right?

    I follow what you said perfectly: "*I* *I* *I*".

    The world really revolves round you, doesn't it?
    How often do you deal with just cropping an image,
    without *any* other changes?
    Rather than dealing with images that need cropping and
    nothing else, you should perhaps deal with how you get such
    images.

    OTOH, many JPEGs need to be rotated: they only contain a flag
    *how* they are to be rotated instead of being up the right way.
    And sending a photo via email to be automatically placed in a
    gallery isn't half as outlandish as your limited understanding
    makes it to be.
    Faststone is not "a free program", absolutely not as in FOSS
    and only in very limited circumstances as in beer. Let someone read
    http://www.faststone.org/order.htm
    to you and then let someone explain the meaning to you.
    So why don't you use Photoshop?

    -Wolfgang
     
    Wolfgang Weisselberg, May 15, 2013
  8. [/QUOTE]
    I understand you perfectly. It's you who doesn't understand
    you. It's extremely rare that a person can understand the
    power of e.g. smartphones without having tried them themselves
    for a significant time. You are no such person.
    | Traditionally, there are only three classes of people who use 'we'
    | in describing themselves: Royalty (which you aren't), editors (no
    | evidence that this applies) and people with tapeworms. Please let us
    | know when you've been cured. --Hal Heydt, to Dennis O'Connor

    For you, with your limited understanding, maybe. For many
    other people: No car. Smartphone.
    So you're saying the Amish can't be happy, because they lack
    cars and probably point-and-shoots?

    -Wolfgang
     
    Wolfgang Weisselberg, May 15, 2013
  9. I do remember that time, they took longer, sometimes *much*
    longer and had way more stress on the way.
    Yep, dabbled in it myself. I much prefer cameras.
    Which is not a given. Or do you carry maps of every village
    larger than 3 roads in your state with you and never travel
    outside your state?
    and (c) are good at memorizing maps to the point that you'll
    have every street in the vincinity before your mind's eye
    when you take a wrong turn or want to avoid a traffic jam,
    a closed road, etc.

    and (d) can plan a reasonable short *and* fast route quickly
    enough, and can reroute yourself while driving in cicumstances
    like mentioned in (c).
    But that isn't important to Tony Cooper, and therefore
    shouldn't be important to anyone else.

    -Wolfgang
     
    Wolfgang Weisselberg, May 15, 2013
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    Wolfgang Weisselberg, May 15, 2013
  11. Let's paraphrase that: "I have no need for anything more than X,
    therefore noone should have a need for anything more than X"

    -Wolfgang
     
    Wolfgang Weisselberg, May 15, 2013
  12. I see, you never reach any area that isn't well traveled,
    therfore the idea that such a thing exists is ridiculous.

    -Wolfgang
     
    Wolfgang Weisselberg, May 15, 2013
  13. Danny D.

    Tony Cooper Guest

    So what you're suggesting, by this analogy, is that someone should
    have a selection of programs installed so a different one can be used
    based on the complexity of the task?

    One program crop, one program, to rotate, one program to adjust color,
    and so on?


    Yes, I read it. It says the FastStone's image viewer is free for
    personal and educational use, but there is a charge for commercial
    use. Since "I" am a non-commercial user, the program is free.
    Do what? View a file of images as thumbnails? Photoshop (CS) doesn't
    do this. (Elements does if you include the images in their Organizer)
    Re-number a series of images without opening the images? Photoshop
    (CS) doesn't do this. Move or copy files from one folder to another
    without opening the files? Photoshop (CS) doesn't do this. Rotate an
    image without opening the file? Photoshop (CS) doesn't do this.

    I am still wondering how rotating images that are sent to you is a
    significant enough issue for you to either be concerned about or to go
    to the bother of adding a program to do just this.

    Who sends these images to you?
     
    Tony Cooper, May 16, 2013
  14. Danny D.

    Tony Cooper Guest

    Heydt, whomever he may be, is obviously uninformed. The "Royal 'We'"
    is capitalized.
    In some ways, I envy the Amish. They are not subjected to people
    insisting that because things like smartphones are useful to them,
    that everyone else should also have a smartphone.
     
    Tony Cooper, May 16, 2013
  15. Danny D.

    Tony Cooper Guest

    Or, in your case, "I have a perceived need for an X, therefore
    everyone else should have a need for an X".
     
    Tony Cooper, May 16, 2013
  16. Danny D.

    Alan Browne Guest

    You don't do those in CS because you do that in the support application
    Bridge that is included with CS.

    -View the thumbnails (re-size the thumbnails as well).
    -Rotate the image. (single, selection, all)
    -sort by the usual criteria (date, number, ...)
    -Launches into CS by clicking on the photo (via ACR if raw, or
    optionally via if not).
    -Batch re-naming (more than just re-numbering)
    -copy/move files within Bridge or from/to the OS file folder of choice.
    -rate them
     
    Alan Browne, May 16, 2013
  17. Danny D.

    Alan Browne Guest


    Free from some things is imprisoned by other things.

    That goes both ways.
     
    Alan Browne, May 16, 2013
  18. Danny D.

    Tony Cooper Guest

    Yes, as mentioned in my post (and you trimmed) I can do these things
    in Bridge. However, I prefer to do them in FastStone. It's a small
    thing, but clicking on an image in Bridge opens that file in Photoshop
    and using the spacebar expands the image to full screen. I constantly
    open images that I only want to view full screen.

    In FastStone, you double-click on the thumbnail to expand it, and
    right-click to have the option to open the image in your choice of
    programs.

    Also, in FastStone, you can rearrange the images in a sort order by
    dragging and then re-number them to retain that sort order.
    (2013-05-16-01 is my numbering system)

    I do a lot of file moving. Images are downloaded to a folder like
    "2013-May-Raw", and if converted to a .psd or .jpg moved to a folder
    like "2013-May-JPG". I need only look through the JPG folder to see
    the processed keepers.

    It's just my personal preferance, and I make no claim that it is a
    better system.
     
    Tony Cooper, May 16, 2013
  19. Danny D.

    Savageduck Guest

    I guess you guys haven't seen the smartphone using, pickup truck &
    Mercedes driving Amish shown in "Breaking Amish" and "Amish Mafia". It
    seems the cell phone is ubiquitous in Amish country in Pennsylvania &
    Ohio, nowadays.
     
    Savageduck, May 17, 2013
  20. Danny D.

    Guest Guest

    nothing does.

    you *have* to open the file to rotate the image, no matter what app is
    used. think about it.

    the fact you don't understand this basic fact says a lot.
     
    Guest, May 17, 2013
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