FreeImage

Image editing is a tough job if you do not have the appropriate tools. However, software developers started to create a lot of programs that can complete most of the Photoshop results. Considering the features CS3 is incorporating I gather one would need about 50 different applications to cover a small part of the Photoshop capabilities. Anyway, for those that are seeking great results at minimum costs there are plenty of possibilities on the market and Photoshop is not one of them (it has an extremely high price for those that lack the knowledge and imagination to use it). But for home use the solutions are lighter, smaller and easier.

Paint.NET is one way to edit your pictures with a bit of professional touch. It is an open-source freeware editor with all the essentials, including tools to crop, rotate, resize images, adjust colors and so on. I particularly like the Cropping feature that helps me to "clean up" photographs and any other image I have. This image editing software is nothing like Photoshop but with a little effort the results can be fantastic.

The image editing software is a much more improved version of MS Paint and the most of the modern instruments are available, such as noise reduction, photo sharpening, and several other image adjusting tools. If you think the suite of effects is thin you have not discovered the Paint.NET community that provides more effects then you can handle. Paint.NET supports almost all popular image formats, like JPEG, GIF, PNG and TIFF. The intuitive interface boasts semitransparent windows for ease of use. I'm sure you'll like it so long as you download to use it.

FreeImage is a library project for developers who would like to support popular graphics image formats (PNG, JPEG, TIFF, BMP and others). Some highlights are: extremely simple in use, not limited to the local PC (unique FreeImageIO) and Plugin driven!

Click here to download the software ==> FreeImage

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