OpenPhoto est un projet libre (« open source ») qui permet d’héberger ses photos sur son propre serveur (ou son disque dur, Amazon Services et Dropbox) avec consultation sur mobile et fonctions de légende et de hashtag (mot-clic) pour chaque image. Les photos peuvent être géolocalisées et sont partageables sur Facebook et Twitter. Fonctionnalité intéressante, la possibilité donnée à l’utilisateur de récupérer ses images stockées sur Flickr, Picasa et Facebook pour les intégrer via OpenPhoto.
Adobe Lightroom might be the professional photographer's photo management tool of choice, but you can save $149 and download free and open source LightZone instead.
The program lets you quickly manipulate a batch of photos, with great effects and styles and finely adjustable tools. Instead of layers (a la Adobe), color masks, and masks, LightZone divides an image into 16 "zones". Each zone varies in brightness from the ones next to them by 50%, and you can easily manipulate the zones to change brightness and contrast. You can also change parts of an image by drawing a vector shape.
LightZone also can instantly "relight" an image so it appears as if you took it under different lighting conditions.
Overall it's a fantastic tool for making your photos look amazing. And it's completely free. (LightZone used to be a commercial product, but developer Fabio Riccardi recently made the program open source.) To download it, you'll need to register at the LightZone project page and await approval of your account, but on business days the wait isn't longer than 3 hours.
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