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TOP FREE PHOTO
EDITING TOOLS


These fairly easy-to-use free photo editing tools have either been released as free tools based on a previous version of a later released advanced tool for photo editing or developed by an enthusiast. You may sometimes be asked to give some details about your company or position in exchange for downloading and using the free tool.


The official Pixia (Originally from Japan and is available in many different languages) – is a widely used free tool that is used to paint and retouch your photo’s. It has great features such as multi layers and undo/redo options, brush tips, masking options, colour tone, drawing tools for vector or bitmap, lighting adjustment. Unfortunately it does not support the GIF format. It will work with Windows, 7, XP, Vista and 2000.


The PhotoScape, a favoured and recommended easy-to-use free tool – With a wide variety of features such as modules pertaining to a batch processor, RAW converter, an editor and viewer, a file renamer, a print layout tool, a colour picker, a screen capture tool and many more…

The free photo manipulation tool Paint.NET was originally developed at the Washington State University assisted by Microsoft and now continues to be upheld by the Alumni who originally developed it. Great features can be used such as your basic painting and drawing, non-stop undo history, special effects and more. Paint.NET is will work on Windows XP, Vista, 2000 and Server 2003. You can even download the source code if you are a developer.

The well designed interface free tool, Photo Pos Pro – Considered to have advanced features this nifty tool can intuitively guide you from an amateur to a professional. With high recommendations and a note from the original developer, “Though the Photo Pos Pro software is a powerful program, it contains an extremely user-friendly interface enabling you to work intuitively” it is truly a must try.

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