Saturday, 10 June 2017

Download GIMP 2.8.6 for Ubuntu

Posted By: Pankaj Softmozer - June 10, 2017

A Photoshop substitute more than satisfying for GNU / Linux

Everyone is aware of the qualities of Adobe Photoshop when it comes to editing graphics and images. Unfortunately, Photoshop still has to make an appearance on Linux, and as such, we have to be on the lookout for alternatives.

One of the most complete is GIMP which, as its name implies, is a complete application for image editing (GNU Image Manipulation Program).

Different views, a single interface

The interface is divided into several modules which, in turn, show the different controls of the editor and the components of the image to be manipulated.

Support for a wide range of files

There are many supported image formats, including, of course, the most popular such as JPEG, GIF, PNG and TIFF.

Hundreds of possibilities

The possibilities offered are numerous, with conversions between image formats, photo retouching, editing with covers, alpha channels and a multitude of other editing tools.

It has a large number of tools, from the most basic tools of editing and composition of images to the most complex, like filters and effects, each with its own configurations.

In fact, this program can be used by both novice and graphic professionals, as the complexity depends on the tools you use.

In addition, the functionality of GIMP can be further extended by installing add-ons, which makes this editor tool very powerful.

How to install GIMP in Ubuntu

About Pankaj Softmozer

Hi, I am Hafeez Ullah Khan. A webdesigner, blogspot developer and UI designer. I am a certified Themeforest top contributor and popular at JavaScript engineers. We have a team of geeks and professinal programmers, developers work together and make unique blogger templates.


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