Fotoxx- A Great opensource photo editor for Linux

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Fotoxx is a free open source Linux program for editing digital photos. The goal of fotoxx is to meet most photo editing needs while remaining easy to use. It can navigate images using a pageable thumbnail window. Change brightness and contrast, change color intensity, saturation, depth, make panoramas and HDR images, fix red-eyes, trim, rescale, rotate any angle, warp, fix perspective, sharpen, blur, remove noise. Edit within mouse-selected area. Import RAW files, edit 16 bits/color. Add tags to images, search by tags, dates, rating.


Utility functions include:
+ Thumbnail browser and navigator, variable thumbnail size
+ Slide-show mode: full screen, no menu, keyboard navigation
+ Select images from the navigator and burn a CD or DVD
+ View and edit imbedded metadata (EXIF, IPTC, etc.)
+ Add your own tags, star-ratings, and descriptive text to images
+ Search by tags, ratings, dates, file names – show images in browser
+ Brightness distribution graph, live update
+ Batch functions: rename, resize/export, revise tags, import RAW
+ Generate thumbnails and tag index from existing image files
+ Monitor color check
+ Print images using a standard format or custom dimensions
+ Context dependent help (F1 key)
+ Comprehensive user guide (English)

For Ubuntu you can install it from ubuntu software center or by typing this command in the terminal:

sudo apt-get install fotoxx

If you want to install the newest version, you can download the debian package from this link, also the RPM packages are available in this link

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