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Software is inherently required for digital photography, and opens up options for post-processing film as well. Questions related to the tools used for digital image editing, processing, organization, distribution, and presentation should have this tag.

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Have you tried Dup Detector? It's free, and other than finding duplicate images, you should be able to compare a single image to your image library.
answered Mar 22 '16 by Max
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You can try Kuuvik capture, it should have some interesting focus peaking function more info here: Northlight Images 'Kuuvik Capture' review 'Kuuvik Capture' website I too will find very useful a …
answered Jun 5 '13 by Max