In this roundup we have five of the best apps that can trim EXIF data from your images so you can share them without worries.
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Most image editors you know of are meant for editing photos. For creating a vector image, you should check out this list of free graphic editors that are meant for vector images.
If you are a digital artist, Linux offers some of the best design tools you can use to create outstanding designs. Here are 7 of the best Linux design tools you should use.
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You might think that 8-bit graphics are outdated, but they are in fact having a resurgence and have been used in many old-style graphics work.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.
There’s a new app called Gravit that aims to be an alternative to Adobe Freehand and Fireworks. It is open-source and cross-platform compatible. Let’s check it out.
Are you looking for a Microsoft Office Picture Manager alternative? Windows Live Photo Gallery has similar features and has syncing/publishing features.
Screenie is a program designed to give screenshots a different look without needing a graphic artist. You can use it to style your screenshot without Photoshop skill.
Have you ever wished for a photo editor for your mobile device that could do almost everything you want? Handy Photo for Android and iOS is the one for you.
Taking screenshots can be time-consuming. Here are 4 screenshots tools for Google Chrome that allow you to snap and annotate screenshots all in the browser.
Google released the new Chrome packaged apps that can run as a native desktop app. Here are ten useful Chrome apps that are worth checking out.
The default screen capture tool in Linux (particularly Ubuntu) is really minimal. If you are someone who need to take screen capture on a regular basis, I am sure you will appreciate the many features built into HotShots. It is really a lightweight and useful screen capture tool for Linux.
In part 1 of this series, I provided a list of open source alternatives useful for home office use, such as office suites and finance managers. As for part 2, what follows is just a taste of the many Linux applications available for editing, viewing, and streaming multimedia.
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.
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 […]
I never thought that I would find screen capture utility as one of my indispensable tool. But I do. So it’ only natural that I keep on searching for the best alternative to fill in my need. Once I’ve settled with Jing, a nice multi platform screen capture app. Then one of my Mac-user friend […]
Adobe Photoshop is a great product. I have been using it since 2003 and I simply love its functionality and ease of use. If there is anything to complaint about, then it has to be the high cost (US$649) involved in buying the software. For those who can’t afford Photoshop, here is a list of […]