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Version 6.2 is the most recent stable release.
To download nightly builds or source code, please visit the download page.

Download PhotoDemon 6.2   (.ZIP file, 7.5mb)

PhotoDemon is a free photo editor.

Its design is based on three principles:



PhotoDemon does not require installation, admin rights, Internet access or external dependencies. Its tiny footprint (6.3 mb) makes it ideal for USB devices.



The current build provides more than 100 pro-grade tools, many of which are faster and higher-quality than other free photo editors.



An interface built by designers – not engineers – gets out of the way and lets you work. Unlike other photo editors, usability testing drives design decisions.

Other key features include macro recording, batch processing, and save/load presets for all tools.

English, Dutch, French, German, and Italian translations are currently available.

Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8 are fully supported.

// Development Blog

March 13, 2014

Release Announcements     Tanner (PD developer)     No Comments

PhotoDemon 6.2 release

After five months of hard work, PhotoDemon 6.2 is officially ready for download. You can grab it from the download page, or right here: Functionally, this release is very similar to the 6.2 beta that...

February 21, 2014

Release Announcements     Tanner (PD developer)     No Comments

PhotoDemon 6.2 beta is live

Download Remember: if you’re an advanced user, you never have to wait for a beta release. You can always download PhotoDemon’s latest development version from its GitHub page (source code), or from this nightly build...

January 11, 2014

Interaction and Usability     Tanner (PD developer)     No Comments

New feature in 6.2: improved JPEG dialog

PhotoDemon 6.2 is getting nearer and nearer to completion, so I thought it would be fun to start sharing previews of some of the new features arriving in that release. (Remember – you can try...

October 24, 2013

Interaction and Usability     Tanner (PD developer)     No Comments

PhotoDemon 6.2′s new, customizable interface

Photo editors come in a lot of shapes and sizes. Some editors give every part of the program its own window: Others lock images into place, but allow you to freely move toolbars: Some software...