Advertorial: Canon unveils important update to Project1709 platform
Canon has revealed a raft of new features and functionality to its Project1709 photo management platform, which promises to offer photographers even greater flexibility with their images.
Key to the Project1709 version 1.1 update is a new feature within the software’s interface that allows photographers to upload their images directly to Flickr from within the Project1709 interface – as well as download images already stored on Flickr.
What’s more, Project1709 users will also be able to comment on Flickr photos from within the Project1709 interface.
Photo management also becomes easier in version 1.1, with new tools for managing your images. The update brings photographers the ability to edit file names, rotate and delete images from within the Project1709 interface, as well as create albums.
Canon has also made improvements to the software’s search functionality, allowing you to filter results by new ANY or ALL tags, helping you find your images in an instant.
The improvements released in version 1.1 stem from user feedback on the beta version of Project1709, released last year, which is now open to all photographers and is the perfect one-stop shop for managing your images.
Users can store, manage, share and now make edits to their photos – and though Canon has developed the cloud-based platform, you can use it no matter what camera you shoot with!
To celebrate the update to Project1709, Canon is offering two lucky Digital Camera World readers a £100 gift voucher for its expert photography course ‘Making The Most Of Your Digital EOS’.
What’s more, two additional winners will receive Canon’s training DVDs ‘The Art Of Seeing’ and ‘Introduction To Photography With Your Digital EOS’.
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