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5 Open Source Apps to Edit and Organize Your Photos

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f you took a bazillion photos over the holidays and have been dragging your feet about editing and organizing them, we're here to give you a nudge. Check out these five open source apps that make quick work of getting your pictures off your camera and on your computer for tweaking and viewing.

Shotwell - Here's a slick photo organizer for the GNOME desktop environment. Use it to reduce red-eye and adjust an image's exposure or saturation, or simply auto-enhance it in a single click.

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