Shotwell Digital Photo Organizer For Linux.
Shotwell is an image organizer designed to provide personal photo management for the GNOME desktop environment. In 2010, it replaced F-Spot as the standard image tool for several GNOME-based Linux distributions.
In 2019, Shotwell was the target of a predatory lawsuit by Rothschild Patent Imaging against the GNOME Foundation claiming a patent infringement related to the use of WiFi to transfer photographic images. The case was resolved through agreement in 2020 and the patent itself invalidated in 2022 following a legal challenge from the open source development community
Available in Debian 11 "Bullseye" repository.
- Import from disk or camera.
- Organize for time-based events, labels (keywords), folders and more.
- View your photos in full view or fullscreen mode.
- Crop, rotate, colorize, straighten and enhance photos.
- Video and RAW photo support.
- Share big web services, including Facebook, Flickr and YouTube.
For LMDE5 users, you can use the Software Manager to install the program.
How to install via a terminal window:
sudo apt-get install shotwell
Press Enter, done.