Snapshot
Snapshot
2.1.1

3.5

Snapshot free download for Mac

Snapshot

2.1.1
11 February 2009

Power of a photo lab on your Mac.

Overview

Snapshot brings the power of a photo lab to your computer. Printing your digital images has never been easier. You have full control over what size you want to print at and how you want to crop and frame your picture. Add borders and speech bubbles for more interesting and personal prints. Multiple layout styles allow you to get just the prints you want - and full print previews make wasted paper a thing of the past!

Features:
  • Non Destructive Cropping - Print a cropped portion of your picture while leaving the original untouched.
  • Border Styles - Add border styles to your pictures, making them more unique and interesting.
  • Speech bubbles - Add some humor by adding speech or thought bubbles!
  • Precise Print Sizes - Print pictures to exact sizes like 4x6, 8x10, or any other size you specify. It's never been so easy to print out pictures that will fit your frames.
  • Borderless Printing - Take advantage of your printer's ability to print borderless photos for a professional look.
  • iPhoto Integration - Snapshot is fully integrated with iPhoto - easily browse your iPhoto Albums from within Snapshot.
  • Save Paper - Snapshot can automatically fit as many pictures on a page as possible to save expensive photo paper. Or print using an alternate layout - even print contact sheets for an image overview.
  • Preview - Use the print preview to see what the final print will look like. No more wasted paper.
  • Print Any Image - Snapshot supports a wide variety of image formats.

What's new in Snapshot

Version 2.1.1 is a bug-fix update that solves incompatibility problems that affected some Tiger customers when using specific printer families. It also addresses an issue whereby the wrong date was sometimes displayed on pictures imported from iPhoto.

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Chuck9
23 September 2008

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I think this program may be getting it's feet wet. the early version was just a fun thing to play with but not a chargeable item. Now I think they may be getting serious about their program 'Snapshot'. Hopefully we will see more improvements as the time wears on, but it is improved as of today. Chuck
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Version 2.0.4
Junction10
18 January 2010
Anyone else experiencing crashing when importing photos? I'm trying to import around 100 photos, and it's crashing on Snow Leopard before they've even imported. If I'm lucky enough to get further than that, as soon as I start flicking through them the program will crash. Not sure if it's a Snow Leopard issue or a memory leak in the program, but I need a program that will print lots of photos and auto scale/rotate to fit 8x6... and since I'm already a registered user.. Never had to use the program until recently.. so disappointed it's crashing - but have to accept it MAY be something to do with my system.. though I doubt it - I've tried it on two machines, and the same thing happens...
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Version 2.1.1
Leo-Spill
16 June 2009
Isn't that logo, while very pretty... an anachronism ? Just like Redlers 'Mellel' word processor application using a typewriter. Why do developers stick to iconically outdated metaphors ? A sense of fun, using harmless obsolete cultural artifacts maybe... Like a euphemism for something unpleasant ?
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Version 2.1.1
Chuck9
23 September 2008
I think this program may be getting it's feet wet. the early version was just a fun thing to play with but not a chargeable item. Now I think they may be getting serious about their program 'Snapshot'. Hopefully we will see more improvements as the time wears on, but it is improved as of today. Chuck
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Version 2.0.4
Magosilvan
05 July 2008
Too much expensive for what it offers: only some, very simple, frame but no control of the position of the picture in the page.
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Version 2.0
Sylko
05 July 2008
I think it's a little bit expensive for what this software do.
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Version 2.0
Nexialys
07 April 2006
as this software was named PhotoBooth before Apple's version, we can't argue about the name of it.. but i would like to see it renamed now that it is known to conflict with Apple's release... hope this piece of software works!
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Version 1.7.2
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MacUpdateSucks
MacUpdateSucks
07 April 2006
I agree. Too confusing at this point.
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Version 1.7.2
Soren0
Soren0
03 May 2006
I've already emailed Stunt Software about this. I will let everyone know what they say. Soren
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Version 1.7.3
Shingles
28 March 2006
Mac allready has a little app called PhotoBooth :-) check the Apple website :-) (PhotoBooth is only for Tiger and computers with built-in iSight's :-) )
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Version 1.7
2 answer(s)
Memory-Minus
Memory-Minus
07 April 2006
And? This PhotoBooth has been out nearly a year longer than Apple's PhotoBooth. So you really need to email Apple and say "Stunt Software already has a little app called PhotoBooth. Check their website :-)"
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Version 1.7.1
Shingles
Shingles
07 April 2006
kk...i did'nt know that... sorry... :-) grtz
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Version 1.7.2
Anonymous
24 November 2004
Fantastic software. The developers are very responsive, fixed an issue I was having within hours.
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Version 1.2
Anonymous
17 November 2004
Terrific little utility from a VERY responsive developer. These folks have emailed me each time a feature I wanted was implemented. Not only was feature implemented, but it worked exactly as it was supposed to. Simple, clean app that does what it is supposed to. Terrific and will be even better once they add the multiple item print feature.
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Version 1.2
Anonymous
04 November 2004
Looks like a great little app. Its only missing one feature: The ability to print multiple photos on one sheet of paper. If I print a 4x6 photo on 8.5x11 paper, it centers the photo on the paper, where as iPhoto will let you print 2 or more per page.
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Version 1.1
$24.95

3.5

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later
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