10 Best Free Photo Editing Programs
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included are layers, effects, and a whole host of basic and advanced things like a clone stamp, pencil, text maker, and paintbrush tool. One thing worth mentioning is that, with the press of the Tab key, you can maximize the canvas to fit your entire screen, getting rid of all the menus and tools so you can have a huge space for working without any distractions. Lots of image file types can be opened in this program, and if saving to your computer, you can pick from JPG, PNG, TIFF, JXR, and WDP.
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Good choice for intermediate users. What We Don't Like Windows only. Lacks some advanced and commonly used features, such as burn and dodge. Our Review of Similar to GIMP, provides the ability to move its window panes around to customize the interface to your liking. also provides plug-ins to support new file formats and add new effects. included are layers, effects, and a whole host of basic and advanced things like a clone stamp, pencil, text maker, and paintbrush tool. several image file formats like BMP, JPEG, TGA, and DDS are supported. is for Windows computers only, specifically Windows 10, 8, and seven Download three of ten Inkscape What We Like Cross-platform compatibility. Large, active community; lots of help and tutorials available. Excels at detailed drawing and line-specific editing. What We Don't Like No PMS or CMYK color support. sizeable learning curve. Rendering can take a while. Our Review of Inkscape Inkscape is a vector graphics editor, more akin to Illustrator as opposed to a photo manipulation package, but still has a lot of useful features. The interface can be a bit cluttered but that's only evidence of the vast number of tools it includes. Nearly all the tools you'll be using often are planted along both sides of Inkscape for easy access. Circles, arcs, 3D boxes, ellipses, stars, spirals, and polygons can be created using Inkscape. You can also draw straight or freehand lines. Tons of file types are supported both when opening and saving. Among many other useful features, you can work with layers, apply a huge number of filters to a picture, and use spell check along with the text tool. Like most photo editing programs, Inkscape supports extensions. Inkscape works with Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems. Windows users can also download a portable version that's perfect for editing straight from a flash drive. Download Inkscape four of ten adobe Photoshop Express What We Like Familiar interface for Photoshop users. Control intensity of tool effects. What We Don't Like Limited format support. Flash-based web access only. adobe has the free Photoshop Express program that you can use as a Photoshop alternative if you don't want to pay for their full software. Of course, it is missing some of Photoshop's features, so it's not as functional, but it still does a lot. When you first open the Photoshop Express image editor, you can load an image from your computer or take a new one directly from your webcam. Once a photo is open in Photoshop Express, the menus on the left make it really easy to access all the one-click options like filters, crop tools, image corrections, the red eye remover tool, and more. This photo editor also has borders, a spot healing brush for one-click touch-ups, effects like grain and fade, and a noise reducer. There's also a button you can click to quickly see the original photo for comparison with your edits. Something really great about this image editor that you won't find in some similar programs is that with nearly every tool, you have full control over the intensity. This means you can slide a bar left or right to decrease or increase a tool's effect to get it just right. Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Android, and iOS users can install Photoshop Express. Download adobe Photoshop Express five of ten Krita Desktop What We Like Quick access to full-screen mode. particularly well-suited for comics and manga. Lots of well-designed tools and brushes. What We Don't Like Cluttered interface. Tool settings not easily accessible. Lacks some features of other programs. Krita Desktop is really easy to work with and is certainly an advanced image editor. Like some of these other programs, you can work with layers in addition to many other tools located in a floating toolbox off to the side of the program. There are plenty of other features available as well, such as brushes and blending modes, advanced selection, and masking tools, drawing aids, filters, symmetry tools, and effects. One thing worth mentioning is that, with the press of the Tab key, you can maximize the canvas to fit your entire screen, getting rid of all the menus and tools so you can have a huge space for working without any distractions. Krita Desktop works with Windows (7 and newer), Linux, and Mac (10.12 and newer). There's also a portable version for Windows. Download Krita Desktop six of ten InPixio Photo Editor What We Like Broad format compatibility. user-friendly interface. What We Don't Like Trial version applies watermarks to images. Windows only. This free photo editor from InPixio is designed for simplicity, but that doesn't mean it's void of helpful features. The program itself is easy to understand and navigate, and you can do everything from add frames and designs to crop, change the brightness, and more. With the one-click presets and frames, a before and after view, and easy-to-access editing tools, you can finish editing in no time and even share your picture directly on Facebook or Flickr from the Share menu. If you like how you've edited something and want to apply those same edits to another photo, it's as easy as making a custom preset. Lots of image file types can be opened in this program, and if saving to your computer, you can pick from JPG, PNG, TIFF, JXR, and WDP. If you need help using this photo editor, you can refer to their online tutorials. Some features are only available in the premium version; those are marked off in the program with a large "Premium" banner. InPixio Photo editor runs on Windows computers, iPhone, and iPad. download For: iOS Windows seven of ten Pixia What We Like Compatibile with common file formats. Open files directly from clipboard, camera, and scanner. Rich enough in features to satisfy advanced artists. What We Don't Like Interface is outdated. Windows only. Pixia has an outdated and unappealing interface, but the functions and tools aren't at all undesirable for a free photo editor. Layers and layer masks are supported, as well as creating shapes, selecting objects, and common photo editing tasks like changing the color adjustment and tone balance, color filling, and selecting from different paint brushes. All the standard image file formats can be opened with Pixia including those with Photoshop's PSD extension. Images can even be opened directly from the clipboard, a camera, or a scanner. 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