Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, GIMP (The GNU Image Manipulation Program) is an open source photo editor, working on both Linux and Windows.
If you want to learn how to use Gimp, you can find useful information in both the Gimp magazine and the “Meet the Gimp” video presentations. While the Gimp Magazine has only four number, Gimp Magazine Issue 4 can be downloaded from here, “Meet the Gimp” has reached version 193, which has been released about 3 days ago. It is a 12 minutes video, highlighting the following
- General rumblings
- GIMPMagazine 4
- GIMP 2.9
- The Transform Tools of 2.8
- Loss of sharpness – unavoidable with transformation
- The new Unified Transform Tool UI
- Better results due to only one calculation
- Peter Sikking, UI architect
- The UI design determines your work flow
- No replacement for the traditional tools
- Final words
You can download “Meet the Gimp” Episode 193 from here. Or, you can watch the video on youtube.