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F-Spot Photo Manager Videos – Import, View, Tag, Edit, and Add Extensions

September 11, 2008 Leave a comment

F-Spot photo manager is an application that comes as the default Gnome photo manager providing users with many photo managing features and an easy to use interface. F-Spot photo manager features over 15 different file types including more common file types like JPEG, GIF, TIFF, RAW, and more. F-Spot also allows users easy access to importing photos from iPod, hard drive or digital camera. Tags allow the organization and grouping of photos in F-Spot and really come in handy when managing a large number of photos.

F-Spot also boasts a photo editor that allows users to easily rotate, crop, re-size, and adjust red eye and other color settings with a few simple clicks. Another feature that comes in useful almost every time photos are accessed is the color adjustments which allows for precise adjustments color including brightness, contrast, hue, saturation, and temperature.

View the F-Spot Videos that include how to’s on importing photos, adding tags to photos, changing views, managing extensions, and adding tags to your collection in F-spot.