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[Sagelight Image Editor] Screenshot
PROS:

  • Support for RAW files
  • Easy to use
  • Neat little ImageViewer at the bottom right corner which makes zooming a bit more easy

CONS:

  • Lazy GUI
  • This free version has been discontinued and will not have any new updates
  • Still has a long way up to the competitors (GIMP, Paint.net etc.)

VERDICT:

It’s easy to use, and with a few clicks you can have your image edited nicely. But there is still a lack of features compared to it’s competitors. Also the GUI looks lazy. I would say for Photographers who just need a picture edited quickly without having to select too much and spend a lot of time on it, this software is a good choice. But for more advanced users, this software simply isn’t enough.

PRICE:
Free

VERSION REVIEWED:
2.0

DOWNLOAD: Sagelight Image Editor



About Bo Gjerlow

My name is Bo, and I'm a User Interface designer who has created various Windows 7 Visual Styles and other graphics. I am also a website owner, graphic enthusiast and a student. I have also written various tutorials for different sites. Some of you might know me under the username sergiogarcia9.

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