Tag: Gimp

Linux is RAW

Even if you adopted Linux as your Operating System of choice, you should not be a photographer limited in his or her choices. As a matter of fact, even if you do not know it, Linux is offering a wide range of “serious photography” options. It is quite obvious from the posts you can read…

GIMP links are back

After a long absence when we collected a few GIMP-related links but we did not publish them, here is a new list of useful tutorials and tricks for the users of GIMP the GNU-Linux and Windows-based photo edition software. GIMP still being free, these free resources are all the more welcome: photo credit: andyspictures 60+…

Gimp links

I don’t often write about Gimp, the free software image and photo edition software which is avbailabel both for Linux and PC-Windows. But, nevertheless, I keep noticing bits of useful information that I’d like to share with you if you are a user of Gimp. Selective Noise Reduction with GIMP — Repairing Noisy Skies pour…

False HDR for free

If you want to get an HDR (High Dynamic Range) aspect to your photos but do not want to spend the effort of taking multiple picture and combining them together, there is a free solution: Fake it! Forget all the hassle and apply the right image transformations to obtain a picture with all the features…