Photoflare: An Open Source Image Editor for Simple Editing Needs

Brief Photoflare is an image editor available for Linux and Windows. The editor has a free and open source community edition. .

When it comes to image editing on Linux GIMP is the first and obvious choice. But GIMP could be overwhelming if you dont need advanced editing feature. This is where applications like Photoflare step in.

Photoflare is an editor that provides basic image editing features with a simple-to-use interface.

It is inspired by the popular Windows application PhotoFiltre. The application is not a clone though and it has been written in C from scratch and uses Qt framework for the interface.

The features include cropping flippingrotating resizing image. You can also tools like paint brush paint bucket spray can blur tool and eraser. The magic wand tool lets you select a specific area of the image.

You can also add lines and text on an image. You cal also change the hue variation to change the color tone of the image.


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