PhotoFlow is a free and open source non-destructive photo retouching application for Linux, Windows and MacOS. It comes with full RAW image development support. It supports layer-based photo editing, real-time preview, layer grouping, and layer masks. Comes with photo editing tools for levels, curves, brightness contrast controls, blurring, sharpening, cropping, resizing and color space conversion. You can use the VIPS library to edit images of any size. 8-bit, 16-bit integer and 32-bit, 64-bit floating-point precision image editing support.
Install PhotoFlow on Ubuntu
PhotoFlow can be installed via the portable AppImage, PPA, and official Ubuntu repositories.
Install PhotoFlow via AppImage.
Download the latest version of PhotoFlow in .AppImage file format and save it in your download folder. Here the file name is “PhotoFlow_git_stable_linux_20200804_2036_00b2c.AppImageOpen the terminal (ctrl + alt + t) software and run the following command.
sudo chmod +x ~ PhotoFlow_git_stable_linux_20200804_2036_00b2c.AppImage
Modify the above command based on the filename you downloaded.
Install PhotoFlow via PPA.
Run the command in the terminal 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 the daily git build from the “stable” branch, install it with the following command:
sudo apt-get install photoflow-git
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