93 Photo Street updated|
(Tuesday, September 14, 2004 - 13:12 EDT)
We told you back in July about "93 Photo Street", an interesting application for Mac and Windows that lets you arrange your images by location on a map, instead of displaying them by filename or capture time in an album or slideshow.
Created by Transmutable Software, the program costs $30 (but is free for educational, library or non-profit use), and a 30-day demo is available. Feature highlights include:
We've just heard that the program has been updated to v1.2, which we're told includes "many bug fixes, [and] new features [including] the ability to use your own map images with or without road data, and to easily post photo maps to weblogs." If you've not already tried the program, and want a different way to show off your photos, visit the Transmutable website...
- Download free maps of any US city and county from the U.S. Census road database or the U.S. Geological Survey elevation sets
- Quickly find locations on your maps with address searches
- Pick from a growing list of included Web designs
- Automatically scale your images down for faster Web pages
- Edit included Web designs or create your own using Velocity templates
- Free 30 day downloadable trial
- Free registration for schools and not-for-profits (see license)