Snapshot: The GIMP free image editor is Windows and Mac compatible, but can’t handle raw-format images. How good is it for polishing your snaps?
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It can do much of what Photoshop can do but it is free so I can install it at work without breaking any licenses. It can handle RAW with a plugin, see http://howtogimp.com/raw-photos-with-gimp/ . Adobe Photoshop appears to operate this way with a different program handling the RAW processing which then passes the processed image to Photoshop. Extra filters available as plugins.
Slow at some things such as Unsharp Mask. Open and Save As dialogs a bit clunky in Windows. Takes a bit longer than Photoshop for some tasks.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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