5 Free Photo Editing Software for Windows

There are quite numbers of commercial type photo editing software available like Adobe products and Corel. Are you looking for FREE alternative besides these two and can be used on windows? For a digital photographer, a good photo editing program is a MUST. If you are willing to look around, you’ll find many free options out there that will do a good job of editing pictures. In this article, we’ll introduce you to 5 of the best free photo editing software programs for Windows.

Fatpaint – an online and free, graphic design software and photo editor. You can create page layouts, paint and draw vector images, logos and illustrations very easily.

FotoFlexer – a web-based photo editing application that has casual and pro-consumer appeal. If you’re a novice, you’ll be able to go in, do some simple edits and be done. If you’re a more advanced user – you’ll be spoil for choice in terms of what this tool can do. We’re talking about blurring, comic, retro, animations, distortions and even layer support – all done online with your photo.

GIMP – is a free, open-source image editor that brings high-end photo editing to users for free. The interface is a bit complex to pick up, but it is very powerful. If you’ve used Adobe Photoshop before, you’ll find many of its functions available in the GIMP. For a free piece of software, it has an amazing repertoire of functions.

Paint.net – been around for some time and boasts an easy-to-use interface and a huge array of effects. If you don’t need to use the full power of Photoshop and simply want a quick and dirty tool, Paint.Net is a good bet.

Picasa – Owned by Google, Picasa is a very pretty and top notch photo editing program. You need to install a desktop client in order to use it. However, it’s interface is very clean and has cool tools like geo-tagging, great sharing support, web albums and name tags. Picasa gets my vote as one of the best in this list – it’s a terrific, easy, and free way to edit and organize your images. Now its supporting Google+ image tagging and sharing.

 

Are you using any of these free alternative? Share with us if you have any other useful tool like these!

  • Atlanta Web Design

    I am using Picasa; I have first
    time heard the name FotoFlexer and think that I’ll try for it. Thanks man for
    share it with us.

     

  • Always welcome. Do share also if you have good free editing software with us. TQ.

  • I have been using Paint.net for a couple of years. It is very easy to use and have a very little footprint. It is a very nice program for small everyday task. The other programs I only know by name.