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shotwellShotwell is a relatively new open source photo organizer designed for the GNOME desktop environment. It's purpose is to allow you to easily organize your digital camera photos (basic editing included).

Shotwell features:

  • import photos from any digital camera supported by gPhoto
  • automatically organize events containing photos taken at the same time
  • non-destructive editing allows altering photos without ruining originals or using disk space for each copy
  • one-click auto-enhancement
  • rotate, mirror, and crop photos
  • reduce red-eye and adjust the exposure, saturation, tint, and temperature of your photos
  • export photos as they are or by specifying dimensions and JPEG quality to reduce size
  • edit any photo, even if it's not imported to the Shotwell library

Download Shotwell:

You can use the Shotwell Launchpad PPA repository, or download the deb files:

-Ubuntu Karmic



- Ubuntu Jaunty



Other Linux distributions: download the source files
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