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Gimp 2.6
Probably the oldest and most well-known open source graphic application - GNU Image Manipulation Program or Gimp was started in 1995 and has since then grown to the status it has today. Gimp is a...
Photoshop plug-ins for Gimp - now also for Linux
In March, a Photoshop plug-in interface (Photoshop 8bf filters loader) was developed, which made it possible for you to use all your favourite Photoshop plug-ins in Gimp on - not only Windows - but...
Gimpshop
If you feel at home in Photoshop, but need an open source alternative - Gimpshop is the way to go. Gimpshop is a hack made on top of the original Gimp project which changes all menues, dialogs, etc.,...
CinePaint 0.23
Started as a fork of the Gimp project, the goal is to create a more professional graphical editing application aimed at the movie industry. One of the major differences from Gimp is that CinePaint...
Seashore 0.1.9
Seashore, an open source image editing program for the MacOS's Cocoa framework, stands somewhere between the old MacPaint and Photoshop. Its advantage lies in serving the basic image editing needs...
UFRaw 0.16
UFRaw or Unidentified Flying Raw - is an open source raw photo editor and converter. It is based on DCRaw (written by David Coffin) and can be used either as a standalone application - or as a...
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