Download Kodak EasyShare Version 6.0

Kodak have recently released the latest version their EasyShare software. The Kodak EasyShare Version 6.0 will have the following features;

  • Pictures-first user interface: Your pictures are the star of the show, and your screen is no longer cluttered with controls that distract from your viewing experience.
  • New look and feel: EasyShare software now has a brand new design that’s easy on the eyes while retaining our trademark ease of use.
    – Full view with quick navigation bar
    – UI personalization
    – Streamlined thumbnail view
    – Dynamic icons
    – Embedded video viewing
    – Picture CD tab
  • The Creative Projects tab now features a photo card printing feature that lets you turn your pictures into 4 x 6 cards, including party invitations, holiday cards and more.
  • Getting your best pictures online couldn’t be easier with album sync. Simply mark the albums you want to keep on Kodak EasyShare Gallery, and the software will automatically create a synchronized copy online. If you make changes, we keep track for you and update your collection.
  • The software watches the file system for changes to your collection. You won’t have problems finding lost pictures again. You can rename files, reorganize directories and make other changes to your pictures organization. The software will keep track for you.
  • New calendar view makes it easy to find pictures taken by day or month.
  • Automatically print better, brighter pictures time after time with Kodak Perfect Touch technology and a Kodak EasyShare printer.
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    3 Responses to “Download Kodak EasyShare Version 6.0”

    1. Darlene Boone says:

      Ho to take a person out of a photo and put then in a back grown setting

    2. Kexy says:

      There are many ways of cutting a person out of a photo, but u will need advanced tools and software, like the “Adobe Photoshop Cs2 or Cs3”, “Corel Draw X3” and other advanced photo editing softwares.

    3. kelly says:

      Darlene you have to download your photos to your computer fiorst. Then you edit with Adobe Photoshop or corel. Gimp.org has a free image editing software that you can download. Totally free software – in fact, it’s world-famous! lol

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