nomacs is a free, open source image viewer, which supports multiple platforms. You can use it for viewing all common image formats including RAW and psd images.
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Pro Detailed view of image metadata
Pro Allows to cut (frame) images
It is important if you have to work with photos of documents and want to cut off the background on which you made photos.
Starts very quickly and has a small memory footprint.
Pro Lots of Image Adjustment Tools
Pro Simple and pleasant look
No cramped toolbars or large icons; the UI is cohesive, minimal and keeps out of your way.
Pro Highly customizable
Pro Batch image processing
Has tools for applying conversions etc. to many files at once.
Has builds for Windows, Mac and Linux.
Pro You can work with hot keys that can be reassigned as you want them
Pro Frameless view
Pro Comparing two images
This feature is called Synchronization. With the synchronization it is possible that multiple viewers perform the same action (like panning, zooming, etc.). This feature is useful when comparing two images. More at http://nomacs.org/synchronization/
Con Heavy compared to other Linux image viewers.
Uses more memory and CPU than other lightweight image viewers. High CPU usage when starting.
Con Only partial support for HEIC
Apple's HEIC format is only partially supported. Nomacs can open individual images, but can't navigate among them,
Con Returns to default settings after update
Con Recent version has slowed down
The latest version (3.8) suddenly became very slow in Fedora 26. Slow to step from image to image; slow to open a directory; slow slow slow. Downgrading to the previous version (3.6) restored speed.