Acorn is a powerful image editing software that can edit RAW files. It has a wide range of features, including support for layers, masks, and channels.
It has the ability to edit in 16 bits per channel mode with full-color management capabilities, including ICC profiles from Adobe RGB (1998) or sRGB space. If two gradient colors are not enough for you, Acorn offers you multi-start gradients that have an unending variety of colors at your fingertips. You can also save these gradients to use later.
Acorn allows you to use layer masks in the image to block out unwanted areas. It also helps you make changes to the layers underneath based on settings created through these layer masks.
In this article, we will look at the top Acorn alternatives. However, let’s have a look at the best features of Acorn before