Linux can be a great platform for image editing and digital art creation. Use these five programs to turn Linux into a professional digital studio.
You might think that 8-bit graphics are outdated, but they are in fact having a resurgence and have been used in many old-style graphics work. Here’s how you can create 8-bit graphics with Cosmigo Pro Motion NG.
You don’t always need Photoshop to do simple photo editing. Here are some of the best photo editors for Mac for your everyday photo editing.
Capto is a screen capture app for Mac that can capture any screen image and record videos of screen activities. Here’s a closer look at its features.
GUI-fans will be happy to know that image editing can be performed through the command line. Convert is a tool that can convert images and more on Linux.
If you want to join images either vertically or horizontally, you can use the built-in Preview app on your Mac to do so. Here’s how it’s done.
Adding image effects to Preview is a simple three step workflow, combined into one. In this article, we will show you how to do it.
MWSnap3 is a free and great screen capture tool that, despite being twelve years old, is totally reliable even on Windows 8.1. Let check it out.
One of the more unique image photo types is called “tilt-shift” and is used to create images that come out looking almost like tiny models, and it is generally thought of as being used with small and medium-format cameras. If you have an Android device, then there is an app that can simulate the style when shooting pictures.
When you think of editing images on Linux, your first thought may be of GIMP, but do you know that Gwenview can be a useful photo editor as well?
Colorstrokes is a simple-to-use image editing software (for Mac) that lets you play with colors in every possible way. You can recolor images, create unique color splash photos, bring color to black and white snaps and of course, carry out selective color effect.
With the rise in popularity of pocket camera and photography, it is to no surprise that the next thing to be in hot demand is an entry level photo editor. Today, we are going to show you how to edit multiple images and merge them together with a simple tool – FotoMix.
I am big on finding the perfect photography application for my Mac. While I haven’t found that yet, I’m sure that’s due to the fact that it doesn’t exist yet. However, there are many applications out there that I use regularly for light photo editing, leaving Photoshop for the big jobs. One thing I love […]
Sometimes things that seem like they should be difficult are actually very easy, and sometimes the opposite is true. Things that seem like they should be easy are actually very difficult. You would assume that editing images for the web would be easy, yet that’s not always the case. The more we progress through this […]
Editing pictures can be difficult and time consuming many times, especially when you are a blogger. This is because when you take screenshots for any of your article and if they are large in size, the page load time will increase which can affect the reputation of your website. There are many software, like Adobe […]
Have you ever taken photos on your Android phone, only to find that there is a distracting object in the photo, or that the photo is blurry and badly taken? No. You sure? Let’s not bluff ourselves. All of us have this bad photo moments before. It really doesn’t matter. What matters is how you […]
Photo collage is a nice way to share lots of photo in one place. The arrangements and orientations of the images as well as the choice of images define how good a collage is. All of that depends solely on the creative thinking of the individual who is creating it. Nobody else has to do […]
digiKam is a powerful and complete photo management tool for KDE. Among its many features is the ability to run batch processes, thanks to the Kipi plugin set, which is also used in other KDE software like Gwenview. With a few simple clicks, users can manipulate multiple photos simultaneously, without having to remember long command line […]