Average rating: 4.9

9 Comments

Improvements to the Browse module

In order to make Browse more useful in reviewing images I would like to see one or more of the following features added:

  • a full-screen display mode that utilizes the entire screen
  • a histogram display
  • a comparison mode for two (or more) images
  • a built-in slide-show for selected images

9 comments on “Improvements to the Browse module”

  1. On August 30, 2016 at 9:27 pm Jon-Rico A Browner wrote:

    Yes Yes!
    I also have made a post about Full screen features from browse that go into develop editing without leaving the full screen environment and without any distractions until we hover over the sides or invoke a key stroke to make necessary tools available.

  2. On November 20, 2016 at 8:18 pm Stephen Rohrs wrote:

    For photo comparisons a multi-pane (4 would be nice) option that allows for synchronized or individual photo zoom in or out. This should be full screen with user selectable metadata info available with each photo.

  3. On March 10, 2018 at 1:48 am Joao Neves wrote:

    A true Full-screen is a must. Additionally it can be quite useful during the culling process in full-screen mode, to be able to choose what information can be displayed while viewing the pictures in full screen, such as: the filename, file location , the pick flags (have I set a like this pic or not), the star rating of the pic…. These should all be optional, by default the fullscreen should show nothing more then the picture, but one could then chose to add more info to the screen.

  4. On March 18, 2018 at 9:41 pm James Thornbery wrote:

    Adobe Bridge has offered this for years – full screen, compare multiple images, rate as you go through the images, AND a MAGNIFYING loupe so you can cull out the images that are not the sharpest in a series. Adobe Bridge let you have up to 4 images at once on screen and a loupe on each of them which you can place on the same object in each of the four images. Very helpful to select the sharpest images in a series.

  5. On August 10, 2018 at 6:28 pm john sterling wrote:

    Any word on full screen preview? It is about the only thing that keeps me from pulling the trigger.

  6. On June 21, 2019 at 8:29 pm Jay Herman wrote:

    It also still needs to be faster. I just downloaded a trial of the latest Luminar with Libraries for Mac, and it seems much faster in generating thumbnails for browsing.

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