Image/ Photo editing software has become omnipresent in this digital age. Whether you’re creating a web interface or simply cropping and enhancing your family photos – you’ll need your favorite image editor to do it. Expensive image graphic editor such as 3ds Max, Adobe PhotoShop, Autodesk, CorelDRAW Graphics Suite is great applications for professional and advanced users. But, if you are looking a simple graphic editor software. May be Open source software is more suitable for you.Here is the list of our top 5 image editing softwares
1. GIMP – It stands for the GNU Image Manipulation Program – is a feature-packed and powerful open source image editor that can be used in all major operating systems (Linux, Mac, and Windows). It has a customizable interface so that you can easily set the view and behavior of GIMP.It has a huge set of retouching tools that will allow you to perform advanced image retouching and manipulation. The GIMP outputs your work in many common formats like JPG, GIF, PNG, TIFF, and even PSD (Photoshop’s native file format).
2. Adobe Photoshop CS6. Adobe Photo Shop Cs 6 software delivers even more imaging magic, new creative options and the Adobe mercury graphics Engine for blazingly fast
performance. Retouch with new content aware features and creat superior design as well as movies using new reimagined tools and workflows.
3. Corel PaintShop Pro X4 Ultimate. Corel® PaintShop™ Pro X4 Ultimate gives you all the photo-editing power of PaintShop™ Pro X4, along with award-winning Nik® Color Efex Pro™ 3.0 photographic filters, your choice of 21 high-quality images from Fotolia and free Picture Tubes™. With easy-to-use editing tools, a streamlined workspace and exciting pro-level effects, this is the powerful photo editor you need to get the look you want, every time.
4. Picasa. Picasa is a powerful freeware photo editing tool that helps you search, manipulate and share all the pictures on your PC or laptop. It sorts the pictures into visual albums and keeps the track. It organizes and edits your pictures at one click and allows you to share those pictures via email or CDs etc. Other features includes touch ups, people recognition technology, search capabilities from a google product etc. but the best feature is that it scans your hard drive for images and organizes them into folder based albums.
5. Paint.net. It was created by Rick Brewster when he was studying in the Washington State University. It was his project in the university. Man keeps on inventing new and better things and this, Paint.NET, was a next step to Microsoft Paint with advanced features. Primarily, it is meant for the beginners and new-learners, but it is equally beneficial for the more experienced users. It works with the Windows Operating Systems only and one of the most distinguishing features of this software is that of abysmal undo option available at your disposal.
Download Link:- www.getpaint.net/
6. Pixia. It was created by Isao Maruoka and was designed for the anime community but it is used in many other branches of art as well. Most of you would not be familiar with the term anime, so let me tell you that it means animation. As you see animated cartoons on your television so it derived its meaning from it. I hope this is enough introduction of anime. This software is available in myriad languages to fulfill the needs of wide range of the users and cross the linguistic boundaries to serve the people as a whole. It also works well enough with the Windows Operating System. It offers masking, vector and bitmap based drawing tools and multiple undo as well as redo.Download Link:- www.snapfiles.com/get/pixia.html
7. PhotoFiltre. Antonio Da Cruz is the big name behind this great achievement. He designed this software. PhotoFiltre comes in two versions, one is free and the other is paid one. Definitely, the paid version has much more to offer to the users as compared to the free one. It is available in many languages and is developed in sync with the Windows Operating System. It has got a behemoth number of tools for the purpose of re-touching photos and creating photomontages