El 25-11-2015 22:55, Liam escribió:
None of the proposed tools provide advanced editing capabilities. At
most, they provide a very, very little amount of functionality that let
you adjust red eye, levels, cropping/scaling/rotation, exposure
adjustment, and the like.
Recently I've had a chance to use a Mac extensively and have been
amazed at how much more sophisticated it has been. From the theme (it
looks professional), to window management (pins full screen Windows to
top of screen during expose, let's you drag and drop widows together in
expose so the wm associates them), to system resources management
(sooooo much nicer), to the apps (Photo has the following
functionality: enhance, rotate, crop, filters (Instagram-like),
exposure adjustment, levels, black and white, retouch, red eye), to
automator (just brilliant, and would be hugely useful for our target
Using gegl will help with a lot of this as we can bring in the relevant
functionality from gimp, and get non-destructive editing to boot.
You have used the latest version of Gthumb (3.4.1)?
Besides its superior integration with Gnome, using GTK + 3, popovers,
etc. It has the same characteristics that you mention in Photo (OS X).
Maybe not at the same level.
I invite you to use gthumb.