Download free GIMP plugins (40+ plugins) GIMP is the undisputed king of image editing in Linux platforms, and is next only to Photoshop in popularity in Windows and Mac platforms. With a large community of developers and an even larger pool of users, it is no surprise that GIMP is very popular. Much like Firefox, GIMP’s strength lies in its plugins, which are developed by the open-source toting community. Since the users themselves develop them, they know all the needs and conceive a plugin for everything.
CinePaint Main features Features that set CinePaint apart from its photo-editing predecessor include the frame manager, onion skinning, and the ability to work with 16-bit and floating point pixels for high dynamic range imaging (HDR). CinePaint supports a 16-bit color managed workflow for photographers and printers, including CIE*Lab and CMYK editing. It supports the Cineon, DPX, and OpenEXR image file formats. HDR creation from bracketed exposures is easy. Tutorials Beginner GIMP Quickies Use GIMP for simple graphics needs without having to learn advanced image manipulation methods. Simple Floating Logo This tutorial walks through some basic image and layer manipulation techniques. color pickin chooser.. download a color picker to use on your windows desktop, or in your own AutoIt applications.. The free version of Color Pickin Chooser is nice, but it doesn't play nice with modern Windows, and lacks a few features I (and others) still wanted in a color picker. More work was required. Enter Color Pickin Chooser pro.. Color Pickin Chooser pro works flawlessly in Windows 7 and Windows 8 (and the family of Windows OS around them).
GIMPshop GIMPshop was a modification of the free and open source graphics program GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP), with the intent to replicate the feel of Adobe Photoshop. Its primary purpose was to make users of Photoshop feel comfortable using GIMP. According to the developer: My original purpose for GIMPshop was to make the GIMP accessible to the many Adobe Photoshop users out there.
SoftPortrait « GIMP Guru SoftPortrait I’m sure you’ve seen examples of “soft focus” portraiture, often used by photographers to lend a soft, slightly hazy, “dreamy” feel to a photograph. The midtones are sometimes keyed up a bit also, giving a sort of glow to the faces of the subjects. Typical applications are high school senior/wedding/baby/couples portraits as well as in fashion or “glamour” photography. In this tutorial I’ll show you how to accomplish this easily with the GIMP. After reading this you may want to continue on with the sequel tutorial, Cosmetic Retouching, which works extremely well in conjunction with soft focus portraiture. SelectiveColorization « GIMP Guru SelectiveColorization In this tutorial I will explain how to convert a color photograph to a B&W one with color restored to selective areas. With the right subject this can give really striking results, as you can see for yourself. This technique is elsewhere referred to sometimes as “hand coloring” :-)
Gimp Tutorial: Awesome Bokeh Effect in Gimp It was fun to to follow Abduzeedo tutorial for making bokeh digital effect in Photoshop (i'm using photoshop and gimp) and i really excited when i managed to do similiar effect in Gimp. So i decided to make a Gimp tut for this one..it's been over a months since my last tutorial and i think after this i'll make more Gimp tuts..Click More Inside The Post to read the tutorial. P/s: This tutorial has been converted from the original Photoshop tutorial into Gimp. The original Photoshop tutorial can be found HERE in Abduzeedo site. Before you try this tutorial,please download my Eclipse brush where i made it by myself. You can download the brush by click HERE. Vitor Rodrigues » Blog Archive » Photoshop filters on GIMP For the GIMP users that, like me, keep complaining that Photoshop has so much more filters to do some fancy effects, the agony is over I just found this today, but it dates back to 2004. There is a GIMP plugin that handles Photoshop plugins.