PhotographyBLOG Review: Picasa and Hello

November 27, 2003 | Mark Goldstein | PhotographyBLOG | 9 Comments |

PicasaPicasa is a software program from Picasa Inc. that allows you to manage and organize your digital photos. Hello is a program from the same company which enables instant sharing of photos. Together Picasa and Hello offer a unique two-part solution. Are Picasa and Hello the ideal combination for you? Find out in my review.

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#1 Jeff Daly

This program JUST GOT BETTER! :) Google bought the company and this software is now a FREE download!

2:38 am - Monday, July 19, 2004

#2 silencio3k

Picasa is now FREE! (Thank you, Google!!!)

1:00 am - Monday, September 20, 2004

#3 silencio3k

but, the "send hello" feature don't work in my picasa program, its open hello and connect succefully, but the image don't appears.

1:02 am - Monday, September 20, 2004

#4 Brandon Kruger

Awesome program. Free download from google. Best interface ever. I love the smooth scrolling. Very easy to use. Just wish you cold remove one picture from Picasa without removing it from the album or deleteing it from disc. Wish it could arrange pictures by folder controlled by the albums in the programs. I would also like if it could have sub-albums instead of separate ones for better catagoration.

7:22 am - Friday, October 29, 2004

#5 Web Designer Ramblings

This is a wonderful software that will allow even neophytes to do basic photo editing to produce great looking photos. And, best of all, it is free!

12:41 pm - Friday, June 24, 2005

#6 c. brother

WHY do I have to select any source for image downloads after installing Picasa??? These clueless clowns now give you TWO options 1) scan ALL hard drives or 2) Scan my documents, my pictures, desktop, etc.

The original version (2 yrs ago?) allowed you install and THEN select the sources to scan........there was NOT some either/or mandatory garbage.

I only wanted to scan certain folders of an external drive and have been sitting here for 10 minutes while it scans my main drive (which I DID NOT want).

In an apparent attempt to make Picasa idiot-proof (giving you two choices after the install) they have screwed it up. If they wanted to go this route the SHOULD HAVE provided a third option - custom set up.


M O R O N S !!!!

1:42 am - Friday, September 8, 2006

#7 Rohit Nayak

To add keywords in a batch in Picasa, do a multiple-select of the photos in a folder and then bring up the keyword dialog (Ctrl-K). Your keyword now applies to all the items.

11:23 am - Monday, November 17, 2008

#8 jerminal

Hi,

I've been using Picasa for a few years and recently I've noticed some of my images are in the picasa.ini file which I tried to open but nothing helps, even uninstalling the Picasa as picasa help section suggested didn't help.

Maybe someone knows how to open these .ni files.

Thanks in advance,
J

10:18 pm - Saturday, October 29, 2011

#9 Terry

Picasa is hard to use. It does not explain itself to the user.

11:02 pm - Tuesday, May 22, 2012