Raw Image Processing for Linux – RawTherapee


Image processing is a very important thing to do if you’re a power user and work with images a lot. Linux doesn’t have Adobe Photoshop but it features some really cool, free and easy-to-use yet powerful photo editing tools like GIMP, Darktable and others.

Do you need a powerful tool to work with raw images? Time to check out this powerful tool to aid you – RawTherapee. The tool specializes in editing, tagging and managing a number of types of digital photographs. There’s a pretty good community behind RawTherapee as well.

Are you a Windows or macOS user? Don’t worry! RawTherapee also has a Windows and macOS version. Get RawTherapee.

Let’s get RawTherapee on our Linux system.

Getting RawTherapee

Run the following command(s) according to your Linux distro.

  • Ubuntu

  • Debian

  • OpenSUSE

  • Fedora

  • Arch Linux

  • Generic instruction

For all the Linux systems, RawTherapee also provides an AppImage. Get the RawTherapee AppImage.

After the download is complete, run the following commands –

Here’s how the tool looks like –

Enjoy the ultimate weapon in your arsenal for raw image processing!

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