14 Open Source Photography Tools In a recent article for OpenSource.com, JT Pennington shares his favorite open source tools for photography enthusiasts. He points out that, while most people “scoff at the idea of a professional workflow on anything other than Windows or Mac,” that there are plenty of open source software options out there. Pennington explains that “[t]he software landscape on Windows and Mac is so dominated by Photoshop and Lightroom…[but] we know of a better way—the open source way—and this is yet another example of how open source leads to more options and innovations.” Here are 14 open source photography tools recommended by Pennington and commenters on his post.
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