Photo is not the most sophisticated image viewer out there, but it offers a perfect blend of simplicity and flexibility that makes it a handy utility, indeed.
The best piece of software for simple cropping of images seems (to me) to be Shotwell Photo Viewer, especially as I find GIMP's cropping methods (AutoCropping & Zealous Cropping) incomprehensible. I can start Shotwell Photo Viewer by right clicking the image file (in Nautilus).
I'm looking for a way I can view .CR2 raw photos without opening GIMP. It seams overkill to open a full-featured editing program just to view a photo. I'm looking for a program that will allow me to quickly view the photo and maybe cycle through them using the directional keys...
I am running on 14.04 and I am using Darktable as I used to work in Adobe Lightroom in Windows and Darktable seems to be perfect solution in Ubuntu. However, I have some issues with image displaying. I edit photo in Darktable, but after export it's little bit different - I would say more bright and more saturated.
I would like to find a way to open a specific, random, new image in an already open Windows Photo Viewer window (not to pop a new one with the new picture). The image files might be in the same folder, but that's not the most important part.
This is a rather baffling problem.
Running Fedora 16 LXDE spin on my netbook. I removed the default (gpicview?) image viewer because I preferred Shotwell. Now my problem is that I cannot find a way to set Shotwell Viewer as the default image viewing application. For PNG's it automatically opens the viewer, but JPG's open the Shotwell photo manager.
Does anyone know how to change the the viewer that is used for mms messages with the handsent sms? I just got my Note 3 last week and downloaded a bunch of apps. When I got a text message with a mms attached it asked if I wanted to make the gallery or google photos my default image viewer I hit photos and can't see any images I receive.
imgSeek is a photo collection manager and viewer with content-based search and many other features. The query is expressed either as a rough sketch painted by the user or as another image. The searching algorithm makes use of multi-resolution Haar wavelet decomposition of the query and database images.