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2 Photo Managers That Tie Features Into Neat Little Bundles

Jul 21, 2010, 18:09 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jack M. Germain)

"The more I delve into open source photo apps for Linux, the harder the choice becomes to use just one photo management solution. I keep finding photo managers that outdo my previous picks.

"Take, for example, digiKam and Shotwell. These two apps are much like some of the best-of-class photo apps I have reviewed as Linux Picks choices in recent months. These picks include: GIMP, Album Shaper and F-Spot.

"digiKam and Shotwell do many of the same organization and tweaking functions. But it is how their developers tie the features together that makes these two photo tools really good choices."

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