Robert Polubinski, Editor / Informer Technologies, Inc. / January 23, 2013
Any application from this set is perfect to use if you need a powerful open source image editor. They enable you to create, view and manipulate image files. You can crop, rotate them, add effects, frames and borders, manipulate colors, etc.
Download solution synonyms: Edit Images with Open Source Program, Open Source Image Editor, Open Source Picture Editor
These programs can help you with what you're intending to do:
Gimpshop is an exceedingly powerful Photoshop look alike that has far more features than you, or most people you know, will ever use. If you're looking to do something as simple as touch up photos, or something far more sophisticated, like work in multiple layers, it has the tools you need.
GIMP 2.6 is a versatile and free to use graphics manipulation program. GIMP is capable of make professional logos and buttons in just a few minutes. It uses a large number of dialogs to customize your work. Interface is highly customizable. It has excellent features like photo enhancement, fix perspective distortion and digital retouching techniques. GIMP is not a design suite but is free.
Paint.NET is one of the best free image editors I've ever used. With this simple but powerful application, you will be able to create, design, restore, or retouch images, plus many other actions that are usually carried out by important image editors. Paint.NET works faster compared to other image editors, being very powerful and easy to use at the same time.
Krita is a creative sketching and painting application based on Calligra technology. If you want to create art paintings, cartoons, concept art or textures, Krita supports most graphics tablets out of the box. Modeled on existing real-world painting materials and workflows, Krita supports creative working by getting out of the way and with snappy response.
This is unworkable for me. 2.5.4 was usable, this is not.
Wacom Tablet drags ink always. Won't release...