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Looking for a good free image editor

Hi! Does anybody know there can i get an Image and Photo Editing Software for free?

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One of my favorites:

PhotoFiltre is a complete image editing and effects package, that will not only amaze you with features but also the fact that it is free (for personal use). It comes with many features that rival some commercial packages, as well as additional add-on that can be downloaded from the web site. PhotoFiltre offers all the standard editing features (selection, clone brush, paint brush etc.) as well as a large selection of image effects, photo masks, image adjustments, thumbnail browser and much more. The program also supports batch processing to apply filters, sizing, adjustments and transformations to a large number of images at once. PhotoFiltre comes with modern, well designed interface and is well suited for everything from simple resizing to advanced photo editing.

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PhotoFiltre's got it all, low resource usage, extremely fast, ease of use and feature-packed.

PhotoFiltre is freeware, a portable version is also available.

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+1 for the portable version - very good, very fast. –  Umber Ferrule Nov 4 '09 at 22:01

For those that prefer a Photoshop skin you could condider

GimpShop

Personaly I would go with Gimp

Hope that helps

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Pixlr is a good, free, web-based image editor. It has most of the features that an average person would use Photoshop for.

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