- Affinity Photo is a great alternative, its easy to learn if you already know photoshop and can even open PSD files
- Probably it's the best option. It has a lot of functions - from brightness/contrast to fragment correction. You can also combine several pics into one. As for color correction, there's still nothing better than VSCO app:) But it depends on what you want to get, there're many more options
- After looking for a new software for graphics to do vector I settled for Gravit. It's free, well featured and very fast! I absolutely fell in love and can't suggest it more. Sketch is also good and has a lot of resources but it's paid and I'm not a huge fan of subscriptions. GIMP used to be my go to but the UI is starting to show it's age.
- I use GIMP, but of course it depends on what you need to work on!
- We use Sketch at Forest (www.forestadmin.com) with Zeplin (zeplin.io). Great combo.Sketch is really a gem for the interface design. You can add plugins to make your life easier and there are no excessive features. It also doesn't take a lot of storage on devices and works much faster than PS.
- *Disclaimer: I work at Figma If you're using Photoshop for UI design, Figma is a great alternative. It's free, based in the browser so you can use it on any computer, and offers some unique features like collaboration, vector networks, prototyping, and more. :)
- I use this app for quick treatment and Photo for Mac for thorough
- depends on what are you trying to do . Honestly nothing compares to photoshop if you do lot of work with images . Sketch app version 50 or latest is the next best thing . Remember thou its roots are for vector assets & is not as powerful & versatile as photoshop when editing images . Gimp is an another open source alternative but i never personally liked it.