Sunday, May 13, 2012

Pearl Mountain Image Converter Review and Giveaway

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If you are anything like me I have a bunch of pictures on my camera that I have done nothing with. Mine is almost 3000 to be exact. So when I was given the chance to review this program i was very excited. Maybe I could some of those pictures off my camera.
I sat down and started working on pictures, changing there look,size adding borders and text. This would be great for any scrapbooker. Which when I have the time I love to do. It was very easy fast and kinda fun. As You go thru each picture that is the time to sort, which was quite easy to. I was able to change some to jpeg files and you are able to batch the pictures. Not only is there jpeg but there are so many other formats you can use for instance,BMP, JPEG, TIFF, RAW, PNG, GIF, TGA, and PSD, and almost all image formats.
Now when it comes to resizing I have always had problems you have a small picture that you want to make a little bigger and then it gets fuzzy, You know what I mean, Well this I could take up to twice the size. No fuzzies. Of course it is always better to go from big to small but sometimes you dont have that choice.
This also works if you are a professional photographer because you can add a watermark to it so it cannot be copied. You can also adjust the contrast and brightness which works well with the old photos(You know the ones im talking about the ones that are craked and frayed on the edges) they can be cleaned up and ready to go for scrapbooking or making collages.
I found that program is easy to download and to install took less than 3 minutes for everything and I was ready to start working. Pearl Mountain Image Converter was extremely easy to use as well.

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How would you like to WIN  One of these For yourself.  Pearl Mountain has given me 10 to give away to some of my wonderful readers.  This is a download and If you win You will be emailed the registration code.



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34 comments:

  1. Would love to win this. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  2. This si super awesome~!~!~ I would work on all my family photos~!~!~

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  3. I'm always working on photos for youth group. Would come in handy! Thanks for the opportunity to enter!

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  4. I would work on my stockpile of snapshots from my daughter's school year.

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  5. Pictures of my dogs, of course.

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  6. I would work on vacation photos.

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  7. I would use this for all my family pics, plus it would help me with getting better organized with all my pictures of my residents at work.

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  8. Sheri Nugent-McGarveyMay 12, 2012 at 11:57 PM

    I have a project I am doing as a surprise for my husband and this would be so helpful. Thank you

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  9. My Disney vacation photos. Diane K.

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  10. tHANKS FOR GREAT CHANCE TO WIN SOMETHING AWESOME. i WOULD WORK ON MY 2 ALBUMS FOR MY CHILDREN FOR WHEN THEY GET OLDER TO KEEP. THEY ARE NOW 11 AND 12.

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  11. I have a ton of pictures on my pc that I would work on then save. thank you!!

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  12. I would work on the over 3k in images I have stored on my computer

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  13. I would definitely use this to edit all the pictures of my 3 week old grandson as well as his 2 year old brother!

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  14. The Photos I would work on is of my husband Richard & our baby,my husband passed away 22 months ago yesterday when our baby was 16 1/2 days old.
    Sam Eagle
    SAnneEagle42@yahoo.com

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  15. I have been taking more and more photos of family, especially my parents who are 77 and 80, at holiday and family gatherings. I know they won't be with us forever, and I don't want to regret taking more pictures while they were here. This would be so nice for working on those photos. Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  16. I take a lot of pictures of my daughters. Especially my little girl Mia. She has leukemia, so I'm always working on her pictures.

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  17. I would work on finishing my daughters wall of photos,resizing and finishing collages.

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  18. Would love to work on my daughter's photos

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  19. pictures of my family, we have lost a few in the last several years.

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  20. I would work on my son's senior pictures for his announcement

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  21. i need to do the same i have around 15 sd cards and need to do some thing with the pic's so i can reuse the cards thank you for the chance to enter for this program susan

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  22. Would love this to do my granddaughters pictures with.

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  23. I have a ton of pictures in my computer, on my cell phone and on my camera not even sure what's in there anymore, but I would love to scan the pics of my 1st little girl that passed away into my computer and start with those! thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  24. Connie Bolick LeeMay 13, 2012 at 7:59 AM

    I take a lot of flower pictures, I would work on them.
    lclee59@centurylink.net

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  25. I would work on family photos to make a scrapbook and old family photos when my grandmother was around.

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  26. I would work on my family photos...lost my dad and would love to share all my photos with family. caren_evans@yahoo.com

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  27. I have tons of pics to get organized

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  28. Anastacia CaldwellMay 13, 2012 at 1:59 PM

    I would work on the pictures I have of my boys

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  29. my dad the photographer would really love this! I would share this with him!
    chichijunk at cs dot com

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