Photo portals like Flickr and image galleries have seen a revival in the last years which can be largely attributed to the market gain of digital cameras. Everyone seems to have at least one digital camera or mobile phone with a camera and many are looking for ways to easily publish their pictures on their own website.
Most users prefer an automatic solution where they only have to select the images that they want to include. The whole coding would be done by the application which has the advantage that it's faster and more convenient.
Moba Photo provides such a solution for the photo enthusiast. The photo software provides four functions: Batch photo resizing, batch picture editing, batch picture renamer and finally the digital gallery creator. The first three are useful for editing the photos before the gallery is created. Each of the three image manipulation sections provides a user friendly interface.
The image resizer for instance provides four predefined formats for printing, wallpapers, online publishing and CD / DVD publishing next to the option to select custom sizes for the photos.
The image gallery provides a similar easy to use interface. The user needs to pick the images that he wants to add to the gallery. That's the bare minimum and sufficient to create the gallery. He can change a few optional parameters like page title, include picture names or to provide a download all pictures link. The new gallery can be uploaded right from the application to a ftp server.
A click on an image opens the image in front of the other images on the same website. It looks pretty good for a free gallery, don't you think ?
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