Big improvements are on offer in the latest release of Darktable, an open source alternative to Adobe Lightroom. Full details on the what and why's inside.
The Thumb 3.12 release is here and it's full of improvements, including native support for the HEIF and AVIF image formats, as well as Apple's HEIC.
A new version of the gThumb iPhoto manager and app viewer is available to download. In this post we look at what's new in the gThumb 3.11.2 release.
Darktable 3.4 has been released. This update to the open source Adobe Lightroom alternative adds new features, GUI changes, and better CPU performance.
A new version of GIMP is available for download. GIMP 2.10.22 is described as a “bug fix release” but includes a number of notable new features too, not least of which is support for opening […]
Glimpse 0.2.0 has been released. This version of the open source image editor is based on GIMP 2.10.18 but makes a number of configuration changes.
AI powered face recognition is just one of the new features in DigiKam 7.0, the latest version of this open source photo management software.
Entangle 3.0 has been released with a modest set of improvements including the ability to flip image previews. The update is available from Flathub.
RawTherapee v5.8 introduces support for CR3 data (on cameras that support it), plus improved handling for camera models, better memory usage, and more.
PhotoFlare is a free photo editor for Windows and Linux that lets you apply filters, add text to images, and more. Think Microsoft Paint, but more powerful.
Learn how to install gThumb on Ubuntu, Linux Mint and related distributions to take advantage of the app's great photo organisation and image editing tools.
Darktable 3.0 is available to download. This version of the open source RAW image editor improves the GUI, adds new modules, and supports Google Photos.