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Manage Your Photo Library With F-Spot Photo Manager

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This helpful applications lets you edit, share, and organize your photos with ease. F-spot was designed for the Gnome desktop environment but can be used with most GNU/Linux distributions. You can even import photos directly from your digital camera. The F-Spot interface supports many file types. You can crop, rotate, and adjust the sizes of your images at any time. Even use color adjustments to fix red-eye. Or try adjusting the brightness and contrast of your images to offer a more crisp look. Several search options are available when your library begins to overflow.

F-Spot Features

* F-Spot makes it easy to create your own photo CD’s.
* Exporting or uploading to Flickr and Picasa type accounts is also supported.
* You can add tags to your images as well, or even tag icons.

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