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Overview

GIMP, a cross-platform image editing solution, provides all the essential editing features, commands, and tools for graphic designers, photographers, and others. It is an image manipulation software, which is easily extensible, despite being an open-source program.

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GIMP

Features

  • Image Editor
  • Templates
  • Template Management
  • Customizable Templates
  • Hardware Support
  • Sharing Tools
  • Output Formats
  • Red Eye Correction
  • Fit Images Perfectly
  • Supporting 11 Image Formats
  • Digital Retouching
  • Adjusting Image' Colors
  • Color Correction
  • Alignment and Straightening
  • Project Management
  • Fit Images Perfectly
  • Swatchbooker
  • Digital retouching
  • Inkscape

Specifications

  • Deployment: Installed - Mac, Installed - Windows

GIMP Users

Available Support

  • Business Hours

Language Support

  • English

Company Details

  • Company Name: GIMP

  • Headquarter: United States

  • Full Address:

Reviews

The program is starting to get old, and we can see it. Just by starting it, it lags behind, but it could be worse. In terms of drawing tools, it is very minimalist to the point where buying a tablet that senses the difference in pressure applied on the screen is useless.

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Given that it’s free, GIMP offers so much value for money when compared to alternatives such as Adobe Photoshop, which costs add up for after you have subscribed for a number of months. There is a lot of power and fuctionality, with all the abilities of Photoshop – as it is open source you can also download loads of extensions from the community to make it even better.

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While there is plenty of documentation and tutorials, most image editing tutorials and manuals are addressed to Photoshop only, and whereas in most cases the same techniques can be reproduced/adapted, it requires extra effort that some users do not want to make. – The fact that it is not so broadly used as Photoshop may be a problem if collaborating with others, even though GIMP opens and saves Photoshop’s native file format (although, admittedly, some filters/effects may be lost).

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It has a very simple UI which is good for beginners to get started with digital art. As it’s an open source software, I can not compare it with the Adobe Photoshop but compared to other free softwares it does a decent job.

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This interface is a bit disorganized and can be confusing especially if you are not tech-savvy at all. However, there are a lot of great videos to help you learn how to do what you want to do. It is completely worth searching for videos to help.

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