Avalanche is the best solution for photo conversion and catalogs between editing software. It is an already mature solution that continues to excite those who discover it today.
Among them: David Pogue, one of the most famous tech journalists (author, he has worked for CBS News Sunday Morning, New York Times, PBS, has been a TED speaker for five times and now records the Unsung Science podcast) who recommends Avalanche in a Facebook post.
His initial problem? Bringing all his photos together in Lightroom, including the 200,000 that were lodged in various bloated, slow Photos libraries, without losing his albums, keywords, cropping, face-recognition data…
Freedom for photographers
Thanks to Avalanche, David Pogue was able to convert his Apple Photos Libraries into Lightroom Classic catalogs.
“I realize that this tip applies to a pretty small set of people,” he adds, but in fact his post generates 272 comments and has received over 1.2k likes and 162 shares.
Being free to change photo editing software, to use the latest versions, and to have the ability to navigate through all one’s photos and dive into memories and creations with pleasure: these are the ambitions that drive us at CYME.
We want to create software that offers this freedom and pleasure to photographers.
This was exactly our motivation when we imagined and created Avalanche and Peakto...
1. Avalanche, the freedom to transfer your photos without losing any edit
2. Peakto, the solution to see all your photos in one place regardless of their origin
Peakto is the universal cataloger compatible with most photo editing solutions. It allows you to bring all your images together in one place, without even having to convert them. And it offers cataloging functions (annotation, album creation, centralized search, map view, automatic categorization thanks to AI) that editing applications do not have in their entirety. Peakto allows photographers to use multiple photo software while giving them the control tower from which to view all their images.
Our ambition does not stop there. We are currently developing unique features to make the most of your photos and continue to add new compatibilities and essential cataloging tools.