GIMP 2.10.36 is here more than eight months after GIMP 2.10.34 and brings support for Adobe Swatch Exchange (ASE) and Adobe Color Book (ACB) palettes, as well as a new gradient option called “FG to Transparent (Hardedge)” that generates a gradient from…Read More
Coming more than five months after darktable 3.8.1, the darktable 4.0 release is here to introduce several new features. Learn more here.
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For fans of digital photography, there is certainly no shortage of image editing tools to choose from, but the problem is that many of them are expensive. For Windows users, Paint.NET has offered a neat balance between power and ease of use. Pinta brings this power of affordable image editing to Linux users. Learn more […]
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GIMP 2.10.28 is here more than five months after the GIMP 2.10.24 release, which probably most of you are using on your GNU/Linux distributions right now, to address various bugs and issues, as well as to improve the performance of the application and add some new functionality. Highlights of this release include a new Script-Fu […]
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