The product is being dropped in favor of their Google Photos online app. To be honest, it does fit their business model better.
If you are not familiar with the products, here is the key difference. Photos works on images you have stored online, in your Google account. Picasa works on images you have stored locally.
I’ve got a lot of images, and most of them are stored locally. Not planning on moving all them online any time soon either. Picasa was my “go to” product on a new system. It was quick, easy to use, and remarkably feature rich, especially considering price.
I’ll still be using it, along with some other tools, including Lightroom (I bought a copy, before the subscription model was introduced), but at some point, Picasa won’t be worth loading anymore.
If you haven’t downloaded Picasa, and you want to try it, you should do it soon.
Zoll Wine of Shrewsbury, MA (zollwine.com) is present at the Westborough Farmers Market. The fellow working the booth is a Chemical Engineering Major at WPI.
One of my sons got a Saint Bernard, so I had to get a keg for the beast.
The son in question is a Helicopter pilot, the sticker was his idea.
Got some nice Blackhawk pictures. Just like the post processing on this one.
Some old headstones a bit off center in historic Lexington, MA.
Michael the Saint Bernard when he was just a wee tiny puppy.
ISO up to 25600, full HD video and a magnesium alloy body.
Yes, I want one. 🙂
I was in San Diego a few months ago and got a few nice Orca pictures.