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Tye-Dye The Cat!

Try not to freak out, no kitties were artificially colourized in the editing of this image. It was done using Gimp, an open-source image editor for Linux, similar to Photoshop.

Gimp

PhotoPeach

PhotoPeach

Our idea is to help you tell better stories online using photos.

With PhotoPeach you can create a rich slideshow in seconds to engage your friends or family. 354 more words

Application

Use mtpaint to grab a screenshot

And make it an application you can add to lubuntu panel.
Create the following file /usr/share/applications/mtpaint-grab.desktop containing :

Encoding=UTF-8
Name=Grab screenshot
Exec=mtpaint -s
Icon=camera
Type=Application
Terminal=false
Categories=Application;Graphics; 28 more words
Ubuntu

Week 7 - Caring and Sharing

The caring and sharing session in week 7 I was late getting to but I arrived just as we started looking at PicMonkey. I have been looking (I say looking, what I meant was hoping something would float to my attention without having to work too hard) for a decent online picture editor for donkeys years and so was very pleased the SMDL team introduced us to this great little web app. 151 more words

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Improved Crop Tool Coming to Chrome OS Image Editor

Improved support for photo cropping is coming to the Chrome OS Gallery and Image Editor in the near future. 

Free-form cropping of images is already supported in the Chrome image viewer but, right now, it’s not currently possible to select a predefined ratio (e.g., 1:1, 4:3, etc.) or constrain the proportions of a free-form crop. 58 more words

Chrome OS