There's a wealth of high-quality open source photo editing tools, SouthEast LinuxFest presenter Justin Pennington writes.
We explain how to get started with LightZone, free and open source software for high-end photo editing and management.
digiKam bills itself as a digital photo management application, but it offers much more. We show you how to get started with this cool tool.
We explain how to get started with Darktable, an open source, feature-packed, cross-platform photography workflow application.
Akkana Peck shares three of her favorite GIMP tools.
You've probably heard of Blender, but do you know about Natron? Our how-to will help you get started using this open source compositing tool.
Wiki Loves Monuments is one of the most successful free culture events worldwide. In this interview, we speak to Saqib Qayyum from Wikimedia Pakistan about how the event will help promote the commons to new communities.
Have you visited the Wikipedia page for your hometown or the city you live in? There are likely images of local landmarks and interesting places, people, and things that are missing. To better represent your town or city, join the Wikipedia Takes America event this year!
If you're interested in getting started with GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Program), an open source alternative to Photoshop, then check out the latest issue of GIMP Magazine. The visuals are stunning. You can take a deep dive into motion photography and learn about filter options. The focus of this... Read more
Instagram has undergone several big changes lately, most noteably taking away the ability to quickly view Instagram photos on Twitter. Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom described this update during the LeWeb Internet conference in Paris as Instagram's evolution, and explained that the company would... Read more