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26 Responses

  1. Arunlal says:

    Thanks, I chose Pinta.

  2. Svein Grønnevik says:

    What RAW converter/software can work with the RAW files from a Canon 5Ds? Darktable and UFO cannot .

  3. Aashirvad Kumar says:

    After reading this I personally love to use GIMP and this is on of my favorite editor application.

  4. Louise says:

    Please help me find something that works for Linux for auto-fix like this photolemur.com/how-it-works? I am impressed with these apps but they are also freaking me out. It takes so LONG to actually do something simple, I end up not editing at all. Are there easy quick automatic photo improvement apps like Photolemur for android without all the “black magic”?

    • Aaron Kili says:


      You’ll realize that such features as this photolemur.com/how-it-works? come a certain cost, many of the Linux photo/image editing softwares out there are free and therefore you need to use a little effort to enhance images yourself most of the time. The auto-fix features in them may not work exactly like that of photolemur.com/how-it-works?, you’ll still need to do it manually.

  5. evelyn bonbon says:

    GIMPshop another gimp with photoshop extension(CMIIW)

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