Shotwell is the Ubuntu’s default photo manager. It lets you import photos from disk or camera, organize them in various ways, view them in full-window or fullscreen mode, and export them to share with others. It can also publish photos on various websites such as PicasaWeb, Flickr, Facebook and more.
Yorba Foundation, the developers of Shotwell, have announced the immediate availability for download of Shotwell 0.15.Shotwell 0.15 has been awaited for quite some time and the developers haven’t disappointed.
Yorba Foundation, the developers of Shotwell, have announced the immediate availability for download of Shotwell 0.15.1. The Yorba developers usually take their time between releases and don't push updates for this application so fast, but they had to do it because a couple of things needed fixing.
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).