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5 Best Linux Photo Management Software

gThumb digiKam Shotwell KPhotoAlbum Darktable
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    gThumb is an image viewer and browser for the GNOME Desktop. Features Image Viewer
    gThumb is a lightweight photo management application built mainly for GNOME desktop environment. It includes all the basic photo management features as well as some editing and advance operations. Some of the main features of gThumb are:

    #Photos & Graphics #Photo Editing #Image Editing

  2. Professional Photo Management with the Power of Open Source
    digiKam is mainly developed for KDE, but works just as well on other desktop environments. It comes with a lot of features with an interface that works nicely. The main features of digiKam includes:

    #Photography #Photography Tools #Photos & Graphics 9 social mentions

  3. Shotwell is an open source photo organizer designed for the GNOME desktop environment.
    Shotwell photo manager is also for GNOME desktop environment. Shotwell, while isn’t as feature-rich as gThumb, does what it promises. The main features of Shotwell are:

    #Photos & Graphics #Photo Editing #Photography

  4. KPhotoAlbum is a tool which you can use to easily sort your images.
    KPhotoAlbum is a photo management application also intended to be used on KDE desktop environment. What makes KPhotoAlbum unique is its categorization process and time-based browsing. You can categorize photos by People, Places, Events etc. And for time-based browsing, it has a dedicated timeline or Date Bar at the bottom of the user interface.

    #Photos & Graphics #Photo Editing #Photography

  5. darktable is an open source photography workflow application and raw developer.
    Pricing:
    • Open Source
    Darktable is more of a photo editing application than an organizer. Darktable stands out for its own user interface regardless of the desktop environment you might be using, and of course for its editing capabilities. The basic features include:

    #Image Editing #Graphic Design Software #Photo Editing 8 social mentions

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