A free Linux version of the award-winning LightZone photo-editing software has been released yesterday. Light Crafts, the producing company of LightZone, announced yesterday the availability of a beta release for the photo-editing software. With the help of this version, Linux users now have all the LightZone tools for editing and improving digital photos that Windows and Mac users have already had, including the ZoneMapper and Re-Light tools.
With LightZone, you can improve any photo regardless of camera type. It doesn't matter if you take a photo with a mobile phone, a point and click or a professional camera. The application is very intuitive, applies very fast changes and can eliminate some repeatable tasks, such as red eye or back lighting.