Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Photoflow 0.2.4 Image Editor released, Ubuntu, Linux Mint.

PhotoFlow 0.2.4 Image Editor released is a fully non-destructive photo retouching program providing a complete layer-based workflow from RAW image development to printing. The individual layers can be activated and de-activated using the radio buttons on the right of the image. Moreover, the layers structure can be saved to disk and re-opened again via the command line

Source Photoflow Blog.

Photoflow 0.2.4 changelog:
  • The tools reset button now works also with curves
  • The target channel selector has been removed from tools that do not correctly implement this feature
  • Impulse noise reduction tool: fixed memory leak
  • Fixed crashes on some Xfce-based systems
  • Perspective correction tool: initial region set to rectangle (therefore no correction is initially applied)
  • Curves tool: sampling of curve points is now associated to Ctrl+Alt+left_click mouse gesture. For this to work, the curves tool has to be set in “editing” mode
  • Clone stamp tool: the sampling region is now selected by a Ctrl+Alt+left_click in the preview area.
  • Image preview: fixed possible memory corruption when drawing vertical lines on top of the preview image
  • Improved compatibility with GTK3. GTKMM3 support can now be activated via -DUSE_GTKMM3=1 cmake option.

To install photoflow just run the following commands via your systems Terminal.

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:dhor/myway
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install photoflow

That's it EnJoY!

1 comment:

  1. Here’s an image editor I’ve used for 15+ years: IrfanView – Besides doing most simple editing FASTER than anything else (yes, even Photoshop), you can add it to your system shell & open 3 other editors (like Photoshop) from an image displayed.

    And yes, it’s a free download: