Photos - they can be art, work or personal. No matter what they are you need to manage them. This is where Digikam comes in. Digikam has been providing Linux users with a way to manage photos as far back as 2005. Recently it became cross platform and can manage images on Mac and Windows as well. Besides managing your photos, this program comes equipped with a photo editor as well as a RAW importer. Importing and editing RAW images is an important factor for professionals, and having a free alternative to some of the Adobe products is great. Digikam isn't that expensive; a year of use is free (as in beer/as in speech) and the product survives by donations it receives which enables the software to be offered for free. This guide is your gateway into all of the Bright Hub Digikam articles.
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