Now for some of the Linux graphics application Linux users may want to try. There are several high quality graphics applications available for different purposes.
Top Quality Graphic Software
General users, graphic designers, photographers, and web developers will all find many great Linux graphics applications to fit their needs. There are full featured graphic editors and complex photo management software that is great for any sized library.
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F-Spot is a very powerful photo manager with a variety of useful tools to help you deal with your photo libraries. You can even do minor adjustments to your photos with F-Spot.
Geeqie is by far my favorite image viewer or manager for the Linux desktop. Geeqie offers a customizable interface and several options that will make it very easy to manage large batches of photos in a very short time. Geeqie even provides bulk renaming tools which are extremely convenient if you have a large library.
Use GIMP to create brilliant jaw-dropping graphics of professional quality. GIMP has several tools and effects that will allow you to create images from scratch, or edit your existing images.
This is another image viewer that is common with the KDE desktop. Gwenview offers very effective window scaling and zoom options. Gwenview will automatically rotate images with EXIF information. This is a great application for managing your image libraries, mostly because Gwenview has awesome support for drag and drop operations.
Here is another high quality graphic design tool. This tool uses scaleable vector graphics, and offers a wide range of helpful features to design the art you enjoy.
Here is another image viewer that is becoming popular, Shotwell has recently become the default image viewer for a growing list of distributions. Shotwell is also very effective at managing image libraries.