Photoscape is a Free Photo Editor which includes so many filters, tools and special effects you’ll find it hard to believe it’s actually free. It includes all the options that you need to View, Optimize, Edit, Print and have fun with your photos. It can be rightly called as Free Photoshop Alternative. Sure, it’s not quite up to the level of Photoshop. But it’s truly a great alternative to Adobe’s big shot – and it makes your entire photo editing a lot more fun!
The first and most striking thing in Photoscape is its uncommon UI interface design. Right from the program’s main window one can choose what you want to do like view pictures, optimize those that didn’t come out so well, print several photos on a single page collage-style or perhaps add any of the dozens of filters and special effects included in the program.
Other extra tools featured in Photoscape are a file renamer, a color picker, a screen capture tool and even a RAW converter. It Supports 34 languages: English, Korean, Chinese, Traditional Chinese, German, Dutch, Spanish (Spain), Swedish, Polish ,Spanish (Mexico, Latin America), French, Japanese, Russian,, Italian, Arabic ,Portuguese, Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Colombian), Thai, Bulgarian, Hungarian, Turkish, Catalan, Slovak, Czech, Norwegian, Ukrainian, Estonian, Danish, Romanian, Hebrew, Galician, Finnish and Indonesian .
It Support Multiuser Sessions. It supports RAW, as well as all other major image formats from JPEG and PNG to animated GIFs. Photoscape also prebuilt templates for users to create photo collages, fumetti, and Web comics, and has a standard set of red-eye removal, light/shadow, and contrast-editing features
RAW processing: it looks like you can drag and drop, the converter doesn’t change RAW to JPEG unless you load the RAW file from within the native file navigator. It Is a small bug that can make user feel that raw processing can’t be supported by this software
The program loads fast and possesses an interface completely different from those familiar with Adobe’s industry-leading tools. Users are greeted by circular navigator complemented by a tabbed nav on the top of the main screen. Most but not all main features are accessible from either nav. It might take some people time to get used to the unusual layout, but it’s only unusual for an image editor; otherwise it’s intuitive, fast, and lacks only the most advanced of image editing features.
In conclusion it can be said Photoscape is an all-in-one style photo editor with fun and ease of use. Major capabilities are: viewer, editor, batch editor, page, combine, animated GIF, print, splitter, screen capture, color picker, rename, raw converter, resizing, brightness/color/white-balance adjustment, backlight correction, frames, balloons, text, drawing pictures, cropping, filters, red eye removal and blooming. Photoscape has been used since two years and is has expanded its features continuously. You can download it for free from our official download link