Meet the GIMP

by Rolf Steinort (info@meetthegimp.org) · · · CC BY-SA 2.0 · 153 subscribers

The GIMP is a image manipulation program. It is free (as in speech and in beer), it is open source and it runs on Linux (and other Unixes), Windows and MacOS. It can do nearly all the stuff you can do with Adobe® Photoshop® and more than a lot of other programs. I'll show you in this screencast how to use it for postprocessing digital camera images. There will be a new episode each thursday (european) night.

I was out on a photo walk with a GIMPer from Bremen. One of these shots is post processed in this show. Nothing special, just adjusting the colours with a curve in two different parts of the image. Of course a layer with mask is used to separate the different …
Where to crop and which format to use. What to do with different image and paper formats. What happens in the camera when you change the ISO? Full text will follow tomorrow - it's too late now.
Postprocessing digital photos with the GIMP - it's free and powerfull
A really mixed bag today. First I reveal my criteria for selecting the images of the last show and tell, why I think that deleting of not so good images is a good idea. Then I show a bit of how I recorded the sound in Hamburg and how I …
This is the first Microsode of Meet the GIMP. This are short(er) videos that are produced ahead of publication and cover one topic ? and no chit chat about my life, the site, the forum and so on. In this Microsode I talk about the fourth value of a pixel, …
Finally there is a new show! This time I tackle an image shot at the airport here in Bremen. Before that I tell a bit about the dangers of being a teacher, an online paint program written in HTML5, content aware fill in TheOtherProgram and my new job in Berlin. …