Gwenview is a tool for organizing pictures both on your computer and through online accounts. It also includes editing plug-ins and preview functions. Once you edit and check your images, you can upload directly to a long list of online services. In addition, it’s a great photo organizer and manager.
Sharing your images
As the screenshot above shows, there are many ways to share and export images. You can share your pictures through either the Share button or the Plugins > Export menu choice.
There are many interesting ways to edit images with Gwenview available through the Tools menu. Among other options, you can:
- Create a calendar from your pictures
- Select images to combine in a video or animation
- Convert RAW images from a camera to other formats
- Convert a photo into a panorama (a bit like the Liquid Rescale function in Gimp)
- Blend different pictures into one image
There is more to editing than just working on one image at a time, though. You can also do Batch Processing. There are many actions available, such as:
- Changing borders and colors
- Resizing images
- Reconverting images
- Removing red eyes
- …and much more
You can also edit metadata, print photos, import different types of data, and do simple editing.
Gwenview might also be right for you if you want a photo organizer. It’s simple, tidy, and lightweight. It lets you manage images by tags, folders, and sites.
How to install
This tool was designed for use in KDE, but you can install it on any desktop environment. Open your environment’s software installation tool, search for Gwenview, and install.
Or if you prefer the command line, open a terminal and use this command:
su -c 'dnf install gwenview'
Then you can enjoy using this easy but powerful tool to organize and share images.