Pixel image editor – Photoshop like product for Linux, FreeBSD, OS X

by on February 2, 2007 · 4 comments· LAST UPDATED February 3, 2007

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Pixel is a RGB, CMYK and HDR image editing, photo retouching, graphics manipulating and animation program available for many operating systems formerly known as Pixel32.

From the Jeff's page:
One of the age-long problems with the Linux operating system was never the lack of functionality but the lack of major commercial applications porting their software to Linux. The movie industry has shown high demand for such software to be ported and, after a long wait, companies such as Autodesk and Softimage have ported fully supported Linux versions of their applications for their dedicated customers.

So now you have a new program called Pixel and it just costs under $40. It is not free software, if you like it and want to support its development, you may consider purchasing a copy. Licensing and prices are very fair, and include unlimited support.

It works with:
Pixel works with all oses
If you would like to try Pixel out yourself visit official website (via Digg )

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1 Kaycee February 2, 2007 at 11:10 pm

Congrats on ripping off my husband’s artical…maybe you should have asked before using it?

To everyone else, this was written by Jeffrey Jones and was originally posted on Digg, regarding a new program called Pixel. You can see more at jeffreyjonesgraphics.com

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2 Zach from Texas October 28, 2011 at 2:40 pm

“artical” is spelled article. And there shouldn’t be a comma after “Digg” in your second paragraph…

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3 someon February 3, 2007 at 10:15 am

He wrote that this post is via Digg and he pointed to real article on this social site so i’m not seeing a problem.

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4 miker February 5, 2007 at 11:04 pm

I like the gimp.

The previous sentence is why I hate telling people what image editor I use…

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