PhotoFlow is a free and open source non-destructive photo retouching application for Linux,Windows and MacOS. It comes with a complete RAW image development support. It supports layer-based photo editing, realtime preview, layer grouping and layer masks. It comes with levels, curves, brightness-contrast control, blurring, sharpening, cropping, resizing, colorspace conversions photo edit tools. You can edit images of arbitrary size using VIPS library.8-bits,16-bits integer and 32-bits,64-bits floating point precision image editing support.
Install PhotoFlow on Ubuntu
You can install PhotoFlow via portable AppImage, PPA and official Ubuntu repository.
Install PhotoFlow via AppImage:
Download the latest version of PhotoFlow in .AppImage file format and save it on your Downloads folder. Here the file name is “PhotoFlow_git_stable_linux_20200804_2036_00b2c.AppImage” . Open your terminal (ctrl+alt+t) software and run below commands.
sudo chmod +x ~ PhotoFlow_git_stable_linux_20200804_2036_00b2c.AppImage
change the above command based on your downloaded file name.
Install PhotoFlow via PPA:
In terminal run below commands to add and install photoflow on your Ubuntu system.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:dhor/myway
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install photoflow
If you want to install daily git builds from the “stable” branch, then install via below command.
sudo apt-get install photoflow-git