Photo editing

Free photo editing and retouching software

 Gimp
 Chasys Draw IES 
Photobie 
  • Pixlr | online (in-browser)

Photomanagers (alternatives for Lightroom)

  • Zoner Free - photomanager (free limited edition) | OS - Windows
Zoner Photo Studio
  • Picasa (Google) - | OS - Windows, MacOS
 Picasa
 Ashampoo Photo Commander Free
  • Fotor - photomanager and editor | OS - all
 Fotor

Panorama sticher

Hugin

17 comentarii:

  1. All cool software's for photo editing. I love to use gimp. It has some pretty cool features. Thanksfor sharing with us

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  2. The Free Online Photo Editor, as its name implies, offers a way to quickly edit photos that you have on your hard drive and save them as a finished file.
    Some of the effects you can do with this program include Red Eye Removal, Sepia, Enhance, Sharpen, and Polaroid Effect.It is simple to use and doesn’t do
    some things that the higher end programs do, but it’s a great simple solution for quick fixes if you need to save or upload and enhance a photo quickly and
    easily.One added plus with the Free Online Photo Editor is that you can hit the “order” button and order a canvas print of the photo that you created if you
    would like a physical copy of it.
    website: https://www.cincopa.com/blog/the-best-online-photo-editing-tools/

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  3. The Free Online Photo Editor, as its name implies, offers a way to quickly edit photos that you have on your hard drive and save them as a finished file.
    Some of the effects you can do with this program include Red Eye Removal, Sepia, Enhance, Sharpen, and Polaroid Effect.It is simple to use and doesn’t do
    some things that the higher end programs do, but it’s a great simple solution for quick fixes if you need to save or upload and enhance a photo quickly and
    easily.One added plus with the Free Online Photo Editor is that you can hit the “order” button and order a canvas print of the photo that you created if you
    would like a physical copy of it.
    website: https://www.cincopa.com/blog/the-best-online-photo-editing-tools/

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  4. "The Free Online Photo Editor, as its name implies, offers a way to quickly edit photos that you have on your hard drive and save them as a finished file.
    Some of the effects you can do with this program include Red Eye Removal, Sepia, Enhance, Sharpen, and Polaroid Effect.It is simple to use and doesn’t do
    some things that the higher end programs do, but it’s a great simple solution for quick fixes if you need to save or upload and enhance a photo quickly and
    easily.One added plus with the Free Online Photo Editor is that you can hit the “order” button and order a canvas print of the photo that you created if you
    would like a physical copy of it.
    website: https://www.cincopa.com/blog/the-best-online-photo-editing-tools/"

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  6. Here’s an image editor I’ve used for 15+ years: IrfanView – https://www.irfanview.com/. Besides doing most simple editing FASTER than anything else (yes, even Photoshop), you can add it to your system shell & open 3 other editors (like Photoshop) from an image displayed.

    And yes, it’s a free download: https://www.irfanview.com/

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  7. Thank you for this post, very interesting.
    I am a marketer in Grenoble (France). I use on an everyday basis Gimp and Canva.
    Gimp is not very intuitive, you need months and months of use to begin making amazing stuff with it.
    On the other side, Canva is the most intuitive photo editor ever. In 5 minutes you can create catchy images, background that do not look like an old ‘paint’ image.
    So the best combo is to modify your image with Gimp, put it in PNG format, and ‘work’ on it with Canva. Hope it will give you ideas
    Stefan
    marketer at
    http://www.bluepixelcie.com

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  8. SumoPaint
    SumoPaint is another free online and desktop photo editor with basic and advanced features. You can upload a photo from your computer or from a URL.
    Basic overall photo editing like brightness/contrast, hue/saturation, color balance, and levels can be achieved from the menu bar on top of the editor.
    The left pane has the drawing tools which include several shapes. One, in particular, is called the Symmetry tool, which “mirrors” a shape’s stroke, creating a symmetric pattern.
    Besides tweaking images, I find Sumopaint to be useful in creating simple logos using the text and brush tools.
    Other than the ads that appear on both sides of the web editor and intermittently crash Chrome (the tool uses Flash to run the web version), this photo editor gets the job done easily and is more than suitable for users who are not photo editing experts.

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  9. Paint.net is (at least in our opinion) the simplest option on the list. It still comes with a ton of powerful features like layers, adjustments, and user-created plugins, but is simple enough that complete newcomers can grasp it immediately. The features are across the top, and filters are accessible from a drop-down menu.
    Some of the special effects are pretty cool: sharpen, blur, distort, emboss, etc. You can even get some Instagram-esque vintage effects in there for good measure. We don’t want to waste too much time on this one. It’s got a lot of features, an easy interface, and a simple layout. If you’re struggling with others on this list, then stick with the easiest option.

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  10. Paint.net is (at least in our opinion) the simplest option on the list. It still comes with a ton of powerful features like layers, adjustments, and user-created plugins, but is simple enough that complete newcomers can grasp it immediately. The features are across the top, and filters are accessible from a drop-down menu.
    Some of the special effects are pretty cool: sharpen, blur, distort, emboss, etc. You can even get some Instagram-esque vintage effects in there for good measure. We don’t want to waste too much time on this one. It’s got a lot of features, an easy interface, and a simple layout. If you’re struggling with others on this list, then stick with the easiest option.

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  11. Paint.net is (at least in our opinion) the simplest option on the list. It still comes with a ton of powerful features like layers, adjustments, and user-created plugins, but is simple enough that complete newcomers can grasp it immediately. The features are across the top, and filters are accessible from a drop-down menu.
    Some of the special effects are pretty cool: sharpen, blur, distort, emboss, etc. You can even get some Instagram-esque vintage effects in there for good measure. We don’t want to waste too much time on this one. It’s got a lot of features, an easy interface, and a simple layout. If you’re struggling with others on this list, then stick with the easiest option.

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  12. Paint.net is (at least in our opinion) the simplest option on the list. It still comes with a ton of powerful features like layers, adjustments, and user-created plugins, but is simple enough that complete newcomers can grasp it immediately. The features are across the top, and filters are accessible from a drop-down menu.
    Some of the special effects are pretty cool: sharpen, blur, distort, emboss, etc. You can even get some Instagram-esque vintage effects in there for good measure. We don’t want to waste too much time on this one. It’s got a lot of features, an easy interface, and a simple layout. If you’re struggling with others on this list, then stick with the easiest option.

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  13. Paint.net is (at least in our opinion) the simplest option on the list. It still comes with a ton of powerful features like layers, adjustments, and user-created plugins, but is simple enough that complete newcomers can grasp it immediately. The features are across the top, and filters are accessible from a drop-down menu.
    Some of the special effects are pretty cool: sharpen, blur, distort, emboss, etc. You can even get some Instagram-esque vintage effects in there for good measure. We don’t want to waste too much time on this one. It’s got a lot of features, an easy interface, and a simple layout. If you’re struggling with others on this list, then stick with the easiest option.

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  14. Paint.net is (at least in our opinion) the simplest option on the list. It still comes with a ton of powerful features like layers, adjustments, and user-created plugins, but is simple enough that complete newcomers can grasp it immediately. The features are across the top, and filters are accessible from a drop-down menu.
    Some of the special effects are pretty cool: sharpen, blur, distort, emboss, etc. You can even get some Instagram-esque vintage effects in there for good measure. We don’t want to waste too much time on this one. It’s got a lot of features, an easy interface, and a simple layout. If you’re struggling with others on this list, then stick with the easiest option.

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  15. Paint.net is (at least in our opinion) the simplest option on the list. It still comes with a ton of powerful features like layers, adjustments, and user-created plugins, but is simple enough that complete newcomers can grasp it immediately. The features are across the top, and filters are accessible from a drop-down menu.
    Some of the special effects are pretty cool: sharpen, blur, distort, emboss, etc. You can even get some Instagram-esque vintage effects in there for good measure. We don’t want to waste too much time on this one. It’s got a lot of features, an easy interface, and a simple layout. If you’re struggling with others on this list, then stick with the easiest option.

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  16. Thank you for this post, very interesting.

    I am a marketer in Grenoble (France). I use on an everyday basis Gimp and Canva.

    Gimp is not very intuitive, you need months and months of use to begin making amazing stuff with it.

    On the other side, Canva is the most intuitive photo editor ever. In 5 minutes you can create catchy images, background that do not look like an old ‘paint’ image.

    So the best combo is to modify your image with Gimp, put it in PNG format, and ‘work’ on it with Canva. Hope it will give you ideas

    Stefan

    marketer at

    http://www.bluepixelcie.com

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