Free Image Editing Software – IrfanView

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From the day I started my blog, I have been using GIMP to edit images and resize them before posting them on my site. It has been helpful to an extent (in spite of the complicated menu items and image characteristics).
Lately, we had a technical requirement at our work asking us to no longer support TIF images, but convert all of them into JPEGs and allow them to be edited or resized using any third party softwares. This brought us all back to the design board, looking around for good tools to achieve the same. PhotoShop was out of question since we didn’t specialize in complicated image editing, but just simple resize and minor graphic changes every once a while. Spending hundreds of bucks on Photoshop wasn’t approved by the management. Continue Reading ->

 So are you using any other software tools that have some features which are unique and interesting to learn? Do share your thoughts on the same by leaving a comment below.

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