Is open software the only option...

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Re: LightZone is coming very, very soon (Win & Linux)
In reply to Henry Richardson, 11 months ago

Henry Richardson wrote:

Doug Pardee wrote:

Marcin 3M wrote:

After recent experiences I am almost sure, that free and open software is the only option. I hope that Gimp finally become mature piece of software. I'm also waiting for this kind of raw processor (lightzone maybe, or ufraw). Digikam can be alternative for image management...

The LightZone Project is very close to releasing its first free, open-source builds of LightZone for Windows and Linux. The Windows build looks ready to go, and we're ironing out a few glitches in the Linux beta.

Is LightZone a program more like Lightroom or more like Photoshop?

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None of the above. I tried it and it's more like an editor with loads of presets.

Photoline is closer to photoshop and will set you back 59 euro's. It can also run all photoshop 64 plug-ins.

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