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Tutorials These tutorials show step-by-step techniques for accomplishing a variety of photographic “digital darkroom” tasks using the GIMP image editor. Even if you use another image editing program such as Photoshop you will find that tutorials apply to that program with only slight modifications. Click on the picture thumbnail to view the tutorial . Many of these tutorials were written when GIMP 1.x was the latest version.
The Rasterbator creates huge, rasterized images from any picture. Upload an image, print the resulting multi-page pdf file and assemble the pages into extremely cool looking poster up to 20 meters in size. The Rasterbator is very easy to use. You can either upload a file from your computer or use any file that is publicly available in the Internet. After you have cropped the image and selected a desired size, the rasterbated image will be sent to you as an easily printable pdf file. Using The Rasterbator requires that you have Adobe Flash Player 7 and Adobe Reader (or other pdf viewer).
If you're looking for my ancient animation tutorials, look on the tutorial section of the gimp.org site . To view these short demonstrations, you need to have a video player capable of showing MS AVI DivX files (mpeg4) such as ffplay from ffmpeg , mplayer or xinelib based players. If the playback is too fast, try running it at lower FPS rate such as: > mplayer -fps 5 file
These are tips I've either worked out myself or gathered from the discussions on the Gimp Mailing list. I've tried them out and made sure that something interesting is produced if you follow the steps. I didn't put up images for each of them because that would take up alot of disk space and my ISP charges a premium for disk space. But half the fun of the Gimp is experimenting. These little tips should be fun to reproduce. Engraved Text
Home | Electronics | Toolbox | Gini and Karl's world | E-cards | Photos | Online-Shop Holiday season is over and you have your digital photos on your hard disk. Now it's time to give them a final touch with The Gimp. In this article we show you with several examples what you can do to enhance your photos with The Gimp (the latest stable version when I wrote this was Gimp 1.2.5). Colour Correction