I just got back from a whirlwind vacation and have some sweet photos of Vancouver, Whistler and general Olympic mayhem. I know, I'm jealous of me too. But I gotta say that uploading my photos from my camera into my computer and then organizing them from there is kinda like filing my taxes. It's necessary, but it can wait.
I'm guessing that I'm not alone when it comes to this. Sometimes I might make a folder to put the photos in, but lord knows what's actually in that folder. And if I'm uploading files to any social media site, I have to open my folders, find the photo and then remember that it's named 10_17_02_4047. Just thinking about it gives me a headache.
Enter Photo A.K.A. It can rename large batches of files (not just photos), import and rename photos right from your digital camera, resize images for email, print, and slideshows, and upload photos to Flikr™ or Picassa™ once you're finished.
One of the coolest thing about this software? It's free. It's like the cherry on the sundae: Sweet.