Not using Digikam: no need of a "all-making" tool.
There is Gimp for picture editing.
One task, one tool for a good-made-task!
Le vendredi 10 février 2012 16:41:06, Frank Gore a écrit :
> On Fri, Feb 10, 2012 at 4:08 AM, hanSven <forums@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > I plan to use Gimp as my preferred tool for picture editing. But then i
> > need another tool for organazing photos with tags and ratings. What tool
> > do you recommend that mix well with Gimp? For example I want to
> > doubleclick in the organizer tool to start to edit in Gimp.
> By far my favourite organizing tool is Digikam. Works on both Linux
> and Windows (not sure about Mac). Full tagging and rating support, as
> well as metadata searches. Supports all image formats, including RAW.
> And considering the slowdown in development of UFRaw, having a good
> RAW developing app can be very helpful. This one supports all current
> formats. It also includes tools for doing all kinds of things that
> Gimp can't, like exposure blending. For everything else, you just
> right-click on the image and select "Edit in Gimp".
> Frank Gore
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