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Notograph is an iOS camera app designed “for pictures of sketches or business cards or whiteboards or napkins or signs or any other thing you want to remember but do not want in your camera roll or your Photo Stream”.
Notograph syncs images via iCloud or Dropbox, and lets you export them to Evernote.
…an open source utility to optimize the file size of PNG images.
Phoshare allows you to export and synchronize your iPhoto or Aperture library to a folder tree. It preserves both the original and modified image, your event and album organization, and applies your iPhoto titles, descriptions, keywords, face tags, face rectangles, places, and ratings to the IPTC/EXIF metadata of your images. You can export a full copy of your library, or just build a tree of linked images that require very little additional disk space.
Gifsicle manipulates GIF image files in many different ways. Depending on command line options, it can merge several GIFs into a GIF animation; explode an animation into its component frames; change individual frames in an animation; turn interlacing on and off; add transparency; add delays, disposals, and looping to animations; add or remove comments; flip and rotate; optimize animations for space; change images’ colormaps; and other things.
Paste PNG into files, much like
pbpastedoes for text.
However instead of
pngpaste > thefile.png, it’s
pngpaste thefile.png, so one does not accidentally barf binary into the console.
Via The Changelog.
pngquant is a command-line utility and a library for converting 24/32-bit PNG images to paletted (8-bit) PNGs.
The conversion reduces file sizes significantly (often as much as 70%) and preserves full alpha transparency. Generated images are compatible with all modern web browsers, and have better fallback in IE6 than 24-bit PNGs.
Ristretto is a fast and lightweight picture-viewer
Part of Xfce, but you can use it with other WMs and DEs.
To export PSD elements as assets for your website or app, rename your layer groups once and let Slicy do everything else.
It’ll even automate the creation of Retina graphics, scaling up or down as appropriate.
A simple image-blurring app for iOS, designed to create iOS 7-style wallpapers.
Pilbox is an image resizing application server built on Python’s Tornado web framework using the Python Imaging Library (Pillow). It is not intended to be the primary source of images, but instead acts as a proxy which requests images and resizes them as desired.