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A few cool plugins for The GIMP (and how to add them)

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ghacks.net: One of the many nicer aspects of the GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Project) is that, like Photoshop, you can extend it’s usability by adding plug-ins and scripts.

5 useful free plugins for Gimp

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unixmen.com: One of the big advantages of The GIMP is the fact that it can be easily extended with new functionality. So with sufficient addons (particularly plugins), you can achieve a lot of functionality found in other editors. Today I will show you 5.

Trying Out Single Window Mode on GIMP 2.7

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learningubuntu.com: The open source image editor known as GIMP doesn't need an introduction. Neither does its multi-window interface.

Cleaning dust on photos: or “In Gimp We Trust!”

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dodonov.net/blog: I bought a real camera for me: a Nikon D40 – which is, according to many, many people, is the best DSLR out there. I could not ever EVER got close to those pictures with all my previous cameras. I found out that it came with some dust on its sensor. So the next step was to start thinking like a computer geek.

GIMP 2.7 has a single windowed mode

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duncsweb.com: GIMP is an awesome open source image editor but one of the things that people found really annoying about GIMP in the past was that it doesn’t come in a single window. It has 2 or 3 separate windows which makes it hard for people. But thankfully that is going to change.

3 great sites for GIMP tutorials

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  • 3 great sites for GIMP tutorials
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  • The creepy zombie hand of death!

Make Your Own Holiday Cards with GIMP

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linuxplanet.com: It's the holiday season! And it's a good time to connect with relatives and absent friends. Maybe you can send them some cards! But those packaged cards ... so drab, so dull. Wouldn't it be more fun to make your own? GIMP is a great tool for that.

Vulnerability in the GIMP image editing tool

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h-online.com: According to security services provide Secunia, a vulnerability in the free image editing tool GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Program) can potentially be exploited to compromise a users system.

Learn image manipulation and create a glassy wallpaper on GIMP

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linuxforu.com: Playing with GIMP is never boring, every time you do some experiment you come to know of some cool effect. The best part are the filters, which if applied properly, can produce jaw dropping effects. While experimenting with GIMP I came to know that how easily I could create a glassy text with gimp.

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