An Open Source Arsenal for Photographers
There has never been a better time to be interested in digital photography. Not only do inexpensive digital cameras offer great high-resolution photos, but they come with very advanced feature sets. Over the years on OStatic, we've also covered a huge number of open source applications that can make editing, organizing and adding effects to digital photos much easier. If you're under the impression that you must have Photoshop to be a top-notch photo editor, think again. The open source applications that are available are beyond robust. Here is our updated collection of great tools for the digital photographer--and all of them are free.
Editing and Organizing.
Lisa did a good roundup on five applications focused on image editing and organizing photos here
. Among the applications she took note of, Shotwell
is a very popular photo organizer for the GNOME desktop environment. Meanwhile, DigiKam
is a rich application with slick editing tools, and you can use it to organize photo libraries.
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