Deep
Deep 1.5.2
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Image finder/browser, unique search based on color.   Shareware ($12.99)
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Deep has the unique ability to find images based on color. It also allows you to search by tag, location, rating, size and aspect ratio. Images can be tagged.

Deep calculates the range of colors used in each of your images by analyzing the pixels and calculating the most popular colors. This is what makes the palettes in Deep powerful, you can find images that have similar colors, which is great when you are looking for the perfect picture to go on your Web site. In fact, just drag any image on to Deep and it will find and rank all the images on your computer that are
What's New
Version 1.5.2:
  • Fixed bugs for OS X 10.9
Requirements
  • Intel, 64-bit processor
  • OS X 10.7.2 or later



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Levelbest commented on 19 Nov 2012
I have to admit, I have a love-hate relationship with this software and Ironic. I thrilled when I discovered Leap, Deep and Fresh. I still use Fresh everyday. Deep will not update so I am still running 1.2.2. Now I see there is a 1.4.3 version out. As this area is about Deep all I can say is that I have felt it abandoned for a long time, which is sad because even my older version is a great idea and well done. Now, to support the negative comments about Ironic (no tantrums here, just truth). Leap used to have a well ordered tag list. Then the developers decided on their own (many users besides me gave negative feedback on the forums about the change they made) that the tags in Leap should be in a cloud. Very hard for me to make them out that way. Organizing is the point of buying Leap, isn't it? And if they change it so you get your brain around it, by making they tag list into a jumble of words (a cloud) whats the point there? Anyway, I finally left all ironic products save Fresh. And it really is a pity because they really do need to have better support with the regular users. Yes, I have said all this many times before on the Ironic forums, to no avail.
[Version 1.4.3]


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Zo219 reviewed on 10 Jan 2009
What a joy! Beautiful set up, all the images and photos on my computer in a flow better than cover flow ... and by color, shade. Amazing

Nothing like it. This painter says, Awesome!
[Version 1.0]


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ronaldjohn commented on 04 Jan 2009
The only conclusions one can derive from developers who leave trusting customers hopelessly adrift with their binary waste products is they are either poor coders, have lost their Riddlin or find some kind of perverse enjoyment selling things that don't work. These are the same people who are responsible for Leap, a tagging travesty in my experience. If you care to you can read about the joy that product has brought into my life over on the Leap page but no matter, I would caution anyone to be careful with any developers who fails to get the basics of one project completed before moving on to others. Shame on you Ironic software.
[Version 1.0]

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TomAndersen (developer) replied on 08 Jan 2009
What issues do you have with Deep?
--Tom
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Jim-Neumann commented on 09 Jan 2009
There is an open forum at http://www.ironicsoftware.com/community/ where you can openly talk about Ironic Software products. I would encourage you to open a discussion there.
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lev replied on 11 May 2009
For those who can't be bothered to look up Ronaldjohn's comments on the Leap entry, his tantrum is because something appears to be going a bit amiss with his Leap installation.

This in his mind makes the developers not only incompetent but malign, and probably indicates they're doing it on purpose to upset his productivity. Probably thinks his doctor's trying to kill him, too.

Deep is cool and useful. Leap ditto. Yep ditto. I have no connection with Ironic other than as a user.
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David-Brailsford replied on 30 Aug 2012
They apparently didn't like the feedback as its gone now.
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hmurchison commented on 09 Dec 2008
Seems like a good start. I'm getting the feeling that it's not going to become truly effective unti there's a 2.0 release. I'd like some way of controlling the initial batch logging procedure so it's not pulling up useless pics cached from the installed browsers.

It should use Quick Look (though it does show larger versions of "cliked" pics). No keep in mind this is just my first brief run through of the UI. I could be missing a lot of hidden functionality.
[Version 1.0]

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TomAndersen (developer) replied on 01 Apr 2009
A note on QuickLook.

We decided not to use it - since Quicklook uses only one window, and you can have multiple Deep windows open, all with different images selected. Also the quicklook window goes away when you select out of the application. There is a full screen view.
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BumbleB commented on 04 Dec 2008
From the people who brought us Leap, now comes... Deep!

Cool! I'm currently evaluating Leap as a photo workflow tool. Now comes Deep - just what I need! Thanks!

Will evaluate Deep asap.

Good to see some true innovation going on!
[Version 1.0b3]


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elisaVie rated on 11 Dec 2012

[Version 1.4.4]



Pmdf rated on 23 Mar 2011

[Version 1.2.2]


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Type:Multimedia Design : Image Editing
License:Shareware
Date:07 Nov 2013
Platform:Intel 64 / OS X
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Deep has the unique ability to find images based on color. It also allows you to search by tag, location, rating, size and aspect ratio. Images can be tagged.

Deep calculates the range of colors used in each of your images by analyzing the pixels and calculating the most popular colors. This is what makes the palettes in Deep powerful, you can find images that have similar colors, which is great when you are looking for the perfect picture to go on your Web site. In fact, just drag any image on to Deep and it will find and rank all the images on your computer that are similar.

Fully integrated with OS X 10.9 Mavericks.


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