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F-Spot

F-Spot

F-Spot is a full-featured personal photo management application for the GNOME desktop.

F-Spot simplifies digital photography by providing intuitive tools to help you share, touch-up, find and organize your images. At the time same, it also includes some advanced features such as tagging images.

It is designed to cope with large collections of photos.

F-Spot is written in the C# programming language using Mono.

 F-Spot 0.8.2

Price
Free to download

Size
3.1MB

License
GNU GPL v2

Developer
Larry Ewing, Ettore Perazzoli, Stephane Delcroix

Website
launchpad.net

System Requirements
GTK+ 2.8.x
Mono 2.2 or higher
Gtk# 2.12.2 or higher
gphoto2
libexif
Sqlite 2.8.6 or higher
liblcms 1.12. or higher
hicolor-icon-theme 0.10 or higher

Support:
F-Spot User GuideMailing List, HOWTO: F-Spot - importing from camera's memory card to folder of your choice

Selected Reviews:
FOSSwire, The Gnome Journal, Linux.com

Features of F-Spot include:

  • Simple User interface
  • Support for 16 common file types, including JPEG, GIF, SVG, TIFF, and RAW (CR2, PEF, ORF, SRF, CRW, MRW and RAF)
  • Import photos from a hard disk, camera (including PTP type), or iPod
  • Tag photos for searching and grouping
  • View and export EXIF and XMP metadata
  • Full screen and slideshow modes
  • Photo Editor - crop, resize, rotate, adjust red eye and more
  • Versioning ensures the original image is never altered
  • Color Adjustments including brightness, contrast, hue, saturation and temperature
  • Create tag icons
  • Create Photo CDs
  • Export to Web (flickr, picasa)
  • Extensions for additional functionality

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