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First Issue of GIMP Magazine Coming This Fall

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Despite the project being less than 3 months old all 50 pages in the user-contributed publication have been completed, creating a compelling list of contents aimed at casual and pro Gimp users alike.

Amongst the features and articles included in Issue #1 are:

Feature on a photographer who uses only GIMP and UFRAW
Master Class tutorial in GIMP of a real location in France
HDR photography story using GIMP and related software packages
A “Back to School” list of essential GIMP resources
Design gallery featuring contributions from the GIMP Community
A unique non-technical GIMP 2.8 review

rest here

Also: Sneak peek at Issue #1 of the all new GIMP Magazine




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