What is a good software in which clients can preview pictures and choose their favorites?

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QOTD from Mollie: "I have a question for you and anybody who can help. =]

Last year, my sister got Senior portraits done by a professional photographer and he had some program that would allow us to sort through the photos in a snap.

I have NO idea what it's called, but you could select some to compare side-by-side, and it also had little smiley faces for "Yes" "Maybe" and "No," and would sort them out. As many photos as I take in each session, any software like this would be an incredible time-saver. Can anyone help? Thanks!"

Mollie: Thank you! And just for reference, I'm looking for organization more than editing. =]

Shannon:  I belive it's called proselect.

Rachel: Pro select

Shawn: http://www.timeexposure.com/portraitstudiosoftware.php ?

Brian: Why not use Adobe Lightroom? It allows you to flag 'selected', 'rejected'.

Mollie: Yes!!! That is exactly it! Thanks so much!!!

Rhonda: which one is it Mollie??

Rhonda: great question by the way! thanks!

Mollie: ProSelect. Thanks! (No idea where I'd get that kinda money, but I'm glad I at least know the name!)

Christy: Studio Plus also offers a similar program, basic version is free.

Mollie: Oooo thank you Christy!

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