ArcSoft Print Creations 3

ArcSoft Print Creations 3

Complete photo printing solution

Have you ever thought about all the different things you can do with your photos, besides sharing them by email or uploading them to Flickr? ArcSoft Print Creations can help you get the idea. View full description

PROS

  • Very easy to use
  • Loads of different projects and templates
  • Lets you preview results at all times
  • Includes basic photo editing tools

CONS

  • You have to download all the templates

Very good
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Have you ever thought about all the different things you can do with your photos, besides sharing them by email or uploading them to Flickr? ArcSoft Print Creations can help you get the idea.

This fun app enables you to create all sorts of projects with your photos, from the classic folded greeting card to a completely customized scrapbook. You can make brochures and flyers, calendars, posters and produce hilarious image compositions just for fun.

ArcSoft Print Creations includes templates for all these creations – a bunch of them per project, in fact – though you'll have to download them from the Web the first time you use any of the templates. Also, bear in mind that the trial version inserts a watermark in all your works.

Once you have the template loaded in the program, creating your project is a cinch. You'll be able to enter custom messages, insert clipart and add your own photos. ArcSoft Print Creations also features a handful of basic editing tools for any picture that needs enhancement. You can undo any changes easily, and preview the result in full screen at any time.

When your creation is finished, you can share it via email or save it as an image file, though given the program's name, the most logical thing is to print it right away – again with full preview and some handy printing options to set paper type, page layout, print range and other details.

ArcSoft Print Creations is a great application with a excellent range of creative projects for your photos. Having to download all templates is a bit frustrating though, as is the omnipresent watermark in the trial version.