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Old 09-11-2013, 13:24   #1 (permalink)
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For the last two or three years I have been using Gimp for my photo editing as well as manipulation. I am curious if anybody here is using it.

Here is a sample, please let me know what you think.

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I've downloaded it but never got into using it but one things for sure, for a free programme it's very good indeed
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I'm the same - got it on the computer, but don't use it. That is 'cos I'm lazy and have not bothered to persevere with it, but having got Photoshop CS2, the CS3 and now CS6, along with Lightroom, LR2, LR4 and now LR5 I've not really had a reason.

Like your picture, but the light is not matched between the two pictures. I think the moon needs to be cooler or the plane warmer.
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I'm the same - got it on the computer, but don't use it. That is 'cos I'm lazy and have not bothered to persevere with it, but having got Photoshop CS2, the CS3 and now CS6, along with Lightroom, LR2, LR4 and now LR5 I've not really had a reason.

Like your picture, but the light is not matched between the two pictures. I think the moon needs to be cooler or the plane warmer.

Thanks! Yes I see what you mean about the photo and the light.

I am on a very strict budget and cannot afford Photoshop, thus I was forced to learn Gimp. I am happy with what I can do with it. Maybe some day I will break down and spend the money on Photoshop.

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To be honest Lightroom does most of what I need
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I am on a very strict budget and cannot afford Photoshop, thus I was forced to learn Gimp.
In your position i would have probably done the same. the Gimp is very good - maybe the best freebee out there, although there is now some competition from web based editors. Most of these will only process jpgs though.

Photoshop Elements and Corel Paint Shop Pro are also very good and not too expensive. Older versions are very cheap - $30 or less. If you are competent with The Gimp there will be no or little difference to your results from using other editing applicatios.
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In your position i would have probably done the same. the Gimo is very good - maybe the best freebee out there, although there is now some competition from web based editors. Most of these will only process jpgs though.

Photoshop Elements and Corel Paint Shop Pro are also very good and not too expensive. Older versions are very cheap - $30 or less. If you are competent with The Gimp there will be no or little difference to your results from using other editing applicatios.
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Is it "necessary" to have both Elements and Paint Shop Pro?

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Is it "necessary" to have both Elements and Paint Shop Pro?

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Not at all. Arguably they might not do anything more for you that The Gimp does. Only you can decide if what they offer is of use to you, and to that end they do have free trials available - usually 30 days, but some programmes have more.

There are similar editors made by different companies. I used to use PSP but found that Photoshop (in all of its guises) was far more intuitive to use and had a better (for me) user interface. This might have changed now as things have moved on.
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I've been using Gimp for about 14 years or so, and until I converted to digital just over 3 years ago, I used to use it for making pictures, so I didn't know all of its capabilities as a digital photo editor. I only scanned in film shots when necessary.

For presenting photos on the Internet it is about the best free tool there is. It is not a photo editor though and remains an Image Manipulation Program. It is not as simple or intuitive as , for instance, Picaso, but much has been added since the early days and if you want to do smart things like vignetting or perspective control there are many plugins available. One of the useful websites that can help getting to know Gimp and its plugins is Pat David's blog. He covers one of the best plugins - G'MIC, and this is one I recommend to download. It is an extensive collection of addons that can help the photographer immensely. Another plugin that I found recently and have used very successfully is "Wavelet Decompose". It is truly magical what can be accomplished with this plugin and will give Portrait Professional a very good run for its money!

At the moment Gimp remains essentially a RGB colour space (8bit colour) editor and this makes it less attractive for making high quality 16bit prints. Much of Gimp will handle 16bit already but it is not complete and they are proposing that full 16bit capability will be in the next release. Up until now I have used other programs to retain the 16bit that comes out of the camera for printing.
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I have eliminates but as I have a Nikon I do most of my processing and sorting in viewnx2.

I use eliminates for more complex effects.

Some of the mainstream magazines do give so good programs away that
Are fully usable when the software company release a new version.

Worth a.look.
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You can get Photoshop CS2 for free from Adobe, in fact all Adobe version CS2 software. You might need to register, but there are no checks made, and is all legal and above board.

https://www.adobe.com/cfusion/entitl...=cs2_downloads

How CS2 compares against Gimp, I do not know, but must worth a play.
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For all kinds of photo editing and manipulation works I always prefer to work in Photoshop. I have not use GIMP yet and Photoshop always seems to me user friendly and easy to learn.
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Tabman, if you want a very good free program try Faststone, it does everything and is easy to learn. on your image the BG should be pure black.
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Count another vote for Photoshop Elements. If I wasn't a creative cloud subscriber, elements is what I would be using. I know it isn't free, but you get most of photoshop and all of what you really need.
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Count another vote for Photoshop Elements. If I wasn't a creative cloud subscriber, elements is what I would be using. I know it isn't free, but you get most of photoshop and all of what you really need.
I have Elements 10 and I hate it. The Organiser drives me mad I either can't find what I want or when I save it disappears and takes ages to find again. Also it only works in 8 bit and all my images are saved in 16 bit.
I do all my RAW processing in DXO and save as TIFF then if I want to do a bit of cloning, grad filters or layers etc. I use my old CS3. I use Fastone to view a slide show of newly taken images delete the rubbish and then start with DXO.
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Also it only works in 8 bit and all my images are saved in 16 bit.
You can get a plug-in that allows Elements to work in 16bit and also gives you Smart Objects and Smart Filters. Elements 10 and earlier users will get an Action Panel that became standard in later versions.

http://thepluginsite.com/products/elementsxxl/index.htm
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You can get a plug-in that allows Elements to work in 16bit and also gives you Smart Objects and Smart Filters. Elements 10 and earlier users will get an Action Panel that became standard in later versions.

http://thepluginsite.com/products/elementsxxl/index.htm
Graham, Thanks for that but I don't really feel like spending 32 for this, it would be an improvement but Not for me. However I will save the site and my refer to it in future.
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Although I do not normally use Elements, my standard Element 10 handles 16 bit for most editing and many filters?

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Dave the common tools that are most used only handle 8bit.
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Dave the common tools that are most used only handle 8bit.
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Although I admit that I use LR5 and PS cc, I do not think that Elements is so limited. You will probably convert images to 8 bits eventually before saving (as a JPEG at least) or printing (or the printer driver will do this anyway). Prior to that it is an advantage to use 16 bits when making significant tonal adjustments and these include Shadows and Highlights, curves, levels and these later two may be used globally or on part of the image. Application of Hue & Sat may also be better at 16 bit. All of these key adjustments are available for 16 bits for Elements. As sharpening is normally applied later it probably does not need to be on 16 bit but Unsharp Mask is also available for 16 bits. The transform functions are only applicable to 8 bits so could be applied later in the process. Many of the standard filters are available like Blur, Noise, Render though I would tend to apply those late in the process so it would not matter changing to 8 bit at this point. External filters (and I generally only use these) such as Topaz, Nik and OnOne can all handle 16 bits. I would always make serious tonal adjustments early in the process (preferably in the Raw editor if using Raw) so I do not really consider that Elements is a great disadvantage as it can do most of the critical functions in 16 bits.
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I tried several times to get into Gimp but if i remember right i gave up.
I cannt remember why but in my head i seem to think do i want to learn it
or use something else better.
not sure.

It looks a good bit off kit but cant have drawn me in like others.


I shoot with Nikon so before i could afford anything i processed in Viewnex2
Then localized processed in a software i got free in a mag.

When i could afford it I moved the localised processing to Elements 10.

Recently I tried lightroom on a 30 day tial an loved it so stumped the near 9 fee
and have lightroom and photoshop and bridge but light room is my first call.
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Having read your post - and others, it saddens me to inform you that you have been bitten by the Photography Bug which leads to one of the most financially damaging illnesses known to man.
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Having read your post - and others, it saddens me to inform you that you have been bitten by the Photography Bug which leads to one of the most financially damaging illnesses known to man.
Isn't that the truth...
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It all started when I leaned my nose against the window in Jessops.
My eye started itching so I went in to see if the staff could help.
I came out with a D5100 stuck to my eye and can now only see in Fstops and
focal lengths but have an amazing control over depth of field.

Is there a cure.
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