FastPictureViewer Pro, the fastest image viewer, EVER. Designed for photographers. Built for speed. Runs on Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP, all editions.
Save time: preview, cull and rate pictures faster than ever before!
- No import or ingest phase: point FastPictureViewer Professional at your image's folder and start reviewing, culling and rating within seconds, in RAW or JPEG format, be it ten images or ten thousands: no wait.
- While you evaluate an image, FastPictureViewer uses the power of your computer to prepare the next one. When you are ready to move on, FastPictureViewer displays the next picture instantly: no wait, not even a fraction of a second, when your computer has enough spare muscles to load two or more images at once.
FastPictureViewer Pro is the best companion to Adobe Lightroom and other digital asset management systems: use it to weed-out your pictures before importing them for development and editing. FPV Pro has all the tools you need to quickly decide if you want to keep an image or not: full color management for faithful color rendition, instant zooming to 100% and back, to check for sharpness, instant RGB histogram to evaluate the exposure, instant lost shadows / highlights view to see where the blocked-up shadows and burned-out highlights zones are located and their extent, and instant EXIF shooting data at a glance.
Consider the following example: say you are a wedding or sports photographer coming back from an assignment with 1000 raw images, taken with a contemporary DSLR (16-20MP range). Your first task is to review those images and select the ones deserving to be further processed. Let's assume you'll pick 10% of the images for processing and printing. You have a contemporary computer with a fast processor and fast disks (for example an Intel i7 machine, with one SSD and a fast SATA drive).
In this example, using FastPictureViewer Pro before Adobe Lightroom to weed-out the 90% of images that you are not going to process right away makes you save about 50 minutes on a 1000 images job. The majority of the saving comes from not importing all images in Lightroom and wait, then delete or set aside the one you don't want. Delete or set aside in FastPictureViewer Pro, then import only the images you intend to keep or process right away into Lightroom.
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