|This is a screen shot of DTank, an OSX based application for non-destructive photo editing. It's very much in beta, but it's pretty stable. I have been using it regularly with my Canon 6D and Galaxy S7 photos, and finding it useful.|
DTank works under OSX 10.6.8 or later (I'm presently running it under 10.12.6); and the application is free, contains no ads, reminders, nudges, time limits, information mining, or other annoyances. If you'd like to look the features over or give it a try on your Mac, go here. That's the documentation; the download link is in section 4, under "Installation Details" (you can get there easily using the provided table of contents.)
DTank only uses the CPU (not graphics co-processors), so for very large images, it's not quite as fast as something that uses the GPU, but it's free, and it'll work on pretty much any Mac. Plus, it uses as many cores as you set it to, so it can take full advantage of your CPU.
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