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Something you need to know about GIMP

GIMP is a free, open source tool that lets you create and edit images.

GIMP has been around for over two decades and development has been stable over the years. The newest update for GIMP gives a slew of new features and a glimpse into the future for this incredible open source image editor.

Features

All the features of GIMP are still present. You can create your own images with tools for airbrushing, penciling, cloning, and creating gradients. Power users can create their own brushes and patterns to use later. GIMP also allows users to manipulate images imported into the program. You can crop, add text, resize, and create nested layers. There is even a way to animate your creations.

New additions

GIMP has now been updated with many user interface tweaks to make the application accessible to newbies. The biggest interface addition is the ability to edit in a single-window. GIMP versions of the past drew criticism for their confusing interfaces, but the developers are addressing many of these issues in this newest version. While single-window mode is great, it is also disappointing that there is no way to view multiple projects side by side.

Other updated features include easier text editing, nested layer groups, and a shift to using the Generic Graphics Library (GEGL), which is a more sophisticated image processing framework. GEGL was introduced a couple of years back in a developer version and has now made its way into the sable, consumer version. GIMP developers hope to move entirely to GEGL by version 2.10. One of the major advantages of GIMP using GEGL is the ability for non-destructive editing and high bit-depth images.

GIMP now only saves to its own XCF format to retain layers and other file manipulation information. Users can still choose to save in formats like JPEG and PNG but will have to "export" the project instead of saving. This follows in the footsteps of Adobe Photoshop.

The latest GIMP is better than ever. Its developers are taking the user experience into serious consideration and are speeding up development for this already great photo editor.

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People Says About GIMP

Sherri's Of Palm Springs 24 May, 2018

it has always been a great program for free when no one else had such a nice program to start.. thank you

Anonymous 1 August, 2013

Thanks. I think its cool I heard of it on Chatlands 2HD so now I can make poses, thanks Gimp!

Anonymous 13 July, 2013

GIMP does not work with Windows 7 64bit.. I would like to use it but it will not work with Windows 7.

Anonymous 18 May, 2012

A powerful alternative. GIMP is a powerful photo editor. It may be advanced, but once you master it, i will be very functional. Part of your time using it my just be on learning how to use it. Pros: Wide range of features Powerful editor Cons: Takes more space then Paint.net Isn't one-click share like Picasa Slower Start-up

Anonymous 1 February, 2012

Better Than Photoshop. I started using GIMP about 3 years ago. I found it through a YouTube speedpaint. At first, I was a little discouraged, because I wasn't too good with it. But I figured it out enventually. I love GIMP and I couldn't live without it at all. It makes my art so much easier and makes everything I do look much better than the sketches! It doesn't quite agree with my Tablet, makes the program lag, but it doesn't bug me too much. This program eliminates even the need for Photoshop! Photoshop can't even crop or blend well. Plus it's complicated. GIMP is great for first time digital artists, and you can also get perfessional work done with it. It's an all-around program, it's good for everything, and nothing beats it! Pros: Simple Layout Powerful Tools Re-positionable Toolbars Easy color editing Everything about GIMP is a pro, really Cons: Sometimes lags with Tablet The 'Merge Visible Layers' ought to be under the 'Layers' tab in my opinion

Anonymous 30 November, 2011

Love it. Love Gimp, Paint shop is to expensive. The only down sides that I have had with it is when I had to many brushes loaded and two files cruprted. but I really think that was my fault.