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Free for Linux, LightZone offers commercial quality photo conversion.
The LightZone Web site focuses on the commercial products; to get the Linux build you must visit a separate page maintained by Light Crafts' Anton Kast. Kast is the company's chief architect, was the first employee, and is a die-hard Fedora Linux user. LightZone is written in Java and was designed from day one to be cross-platform, so when Kast started work on it, he did so on his platform of choice, all the while making sure that the Linux builds worked just as well as those for proprietary operating systems.
 read more | mail this link | score:7122 | -Ray, February 19, 2007
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