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Introduction. Introduction to GIMP GIMP is an acronym for GNU Image Manipulation Program.

Introduction

It is a freely distributed program for such tasks as photo retouching, image composition and image authoring. It has many capabilities. It can be used as a simple paint program, an expert quality photo retouching program, an online batch processing system, a mass production image renderer, an image format converter, etc. GIMP is expandable and extensible.

GIMP is written and developed under X11 on UNIX platforms. Features and Capabilities This is only a very quickly thrown together list of GIMP features. GIMP User Manual. Dutch (Nederlands) French (Français) German (Deutsch) Italian (Italiano) Norwegian (Norsk, nynorsk) Russian (Pусский) Авторские права © 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Команда авторов документации GIMP Авторские права © 2005, 2006, 2007 Роксана Черноголова (mavka@justos.org) Авторские права © 2006, 2007, 2008 Виталий Ломов (lomovv@gmail.com)

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Spain (Español) Swedish (Svenska) Tutorials on gimp.org. GNU Image Manipulation Program Skip to page contents [ News | Screenshots | Features | Downloads | Documentation | Get Involved ][ Plug-in Registry | GIMP Development ] [ Donations ] [ Tutorials [Beginner | Intermediate | Expert | Photo Editing | Web | Script Authoring] Beginner GIMP Quickies Use GIMP for simple graphics needs without having to learn advanced image manipulation methods.

Tutorials on gimp.org

Simple Floating Logo This is an updated tutorial for creating the floating logo image. Draw On Selections Borders Use the selection tools to draw simple or complex shapes. Paths (Bezier Selections) Use paths (bezier curves) like the GIMP Masters do. Quickmask Use Quickmask to make a vignette of your photos. Red Eye Removal Use the Channel Dialog in one method of removing red eye from photos. Straight Line Tutorial 'Tis somewhat rude. Introduction to Layer Masks An introduction to adding and using Layer Masks to non-destructively modify the opacity of a layer.

Intermediate Expert Photo Editing.

Gimp Beginner

Gimp Intermediate. Gimp Expert. Gimp Photo Editing. Gimp Web. Gimp Script Authoring. Books about GIMP. Niveles y Curvas con GIMP Author: Alberto García Briz Format: Paperback, 104pp.

Books about GIMP

ISBN-10: 1-48481-377-4 ISBN-13: 978-1-48481-377-5 Publisher/Date: CreateSpace/2013 Website: www.createspace.com/4259936 Description: Explanations of histogram, levels and curves tools, towards their application for image improvement and advanced edition (traditional colouring, film simulation, etc.) The Book of GIMP Authors: Olivier Lecarme, Karine Delvare Format: Paperback, 676pp.

Description: GIMP is a free alternative to Adobe Photoshop with tons of professional-grade features. How to GIMP Author: Kat Landreth Format: PDF ebook ISBN-10: N/A ISBN-13: N/A Publisher/Date: Self-published/May 2013 Website: Description: A beginner's guide to using GIMP for photo editing, and basic graphics like using text on images. GIMP User FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions. This FAQ is still a work in progress.

GIMP User FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

Some sections are very outdated, other sections should probably be removed, and some new questions and answers should be added. Please contact us if you can improve it. General Information What is this GIMP? The “GNU Image Manipulation Program” (originally the General Image Manipulation Program) sired by Spencer Kimball & Peter Mattis. In their own words, “GIMP is our answer to the current lack of free (or at least reasonably priced) image manipulation software for GNU/Linux and UNIX in general.” It is a raster editor, which means that it performs operations directly on the pixels that make up the image, and not a vector editor. Where do I get it?

Most (if not all) GNU/Linux distributions will support GIMP through their package management systems and may even come with GIMP preinstalled. Why and when was GIMP changed from “general image manipulation program” to “GNU image manipulation program”? GIMP is a stupid name. Mailing Lists. If you want to discuss features, tips, tricks or contribute to the development of GIMP, then we have several useful mailing lists and IRC channels for you.

Mailing Lists

GIMP User The original (mostly unix based) user list. For the everyday user. Here you will find tips for doing cool effects, user questions, etc. IRC Channels. Several IRC channels and mailing lists are available for discussing GIMP-related topics.

IRC Channels

IRC offers real-time communication, but be aware that there may be long periods of silence in the channels when other users are busy or away from their keyboards. When you join the GIMP IRC channels, please do not ask if somebody can help you. If you have a question, ask directly and then wait patiently to see if someone answers. Other recommendations can be found at the bottom of this page.