A picture is worth a thousand words, but what if the picture is blurry or out of focus or needs color correction? How many words is a bad picture worth. Two; photo editing. Photo editing has made it easier than ever before to have good quality pictures and edit them just the way we want them. From different effects to blemish corrections, you can do thing you could never have imagined possible with a simple picture. And when you think of photo editing software, the one name that comes to your mind is Picasa.
Picasa, one of the most famous image organizers and viewers in the world, was founded on October 15th, 2002. Acquired by Google in 2004, the original developer of the software was Lifescape, and it was available on both Windows and OS X. Google made the software into a freeware, until it was discontinued March 15th, 2016. More than just an image viewer and organizer, Picasa also allowed the organization and editing of digital photos, while also being a photo-sharing website. Since its discontinuation, Picasa’s data has been integrated with Google Photos.
Since Picasa retiring and being merged with Google Photos, for a Picasa Sign In, all you have to do now is log in to your Google account. The Google Photos now houses all your Picasa web pictures and albums. So, if you want a successful Picasa Sign In, you have to visit picasaweb.google.com/home from your computer. This will open the Picasa Sign In page, or from now on, the Google sign in page. Here, enter your Google Email Address and your Password. Then, click the “Next” button to proceed to your account. In case you cannot remember what your Password was, you can also click the “Forgot password?” link to reset it. That’s about it; you can access all your Picasa data through your Google account now.