IDImager is one of the richest (if not the richest one) DAM software available (software for photos cataloguing) and the new update adds some interesting enhancements, among them the most important are the following:
Breeze Systems has announced the immediate availability of the new version of its Windows-based browsing and RAW development software: Breeze Browser Pro 1.9.
Main additions are
advanced support for geographical tagging reading information from GPS EXIF info in the image (when camera writes GPS info) or interacting with GoogleEarth.
support for newest cameras - Canon EOS 1000D/Rebel XS, Nikon D60, Nikon D700. Interesting the display of focus point that is typically a proprietary encoded information, so not easily shown on third-party software - e.g. Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom do not show them.
Official announcement from Breeze Systems available here.
On 23rd of September, Adobe has announced and presented in a web session the new version of Photoshop: Creative Suite 4 (CS4).
Most notable enhancements:
Adobe Camera Raw with all the new features available in the Develop Module of Lightroom 2, like localized corrections, post-crop vignetting, graduated filter, mask, etc (you can see our Lightroom 2 review here);
improved performance, especially in handling large image files;
content-aware scaling, that is resizing images preserving the size of some objects - it seems magic but it works (automatically for some easy-to-identify elements or manually identifying them) and was already available in the powerful freeware GIMP;
3D improvements, for the Extended version;
new, improved version of Adobe Brodge (the image browser).
An interesting collection of video clips of new features in CS4 is available at this link.