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Gimp Graphics Editor

20190503 The GNU Image Manipulation Program (the Gimp) is the open source GUI-based image and photo manipulator. It is an alternative to Adobe's very popular and powerful Photoshop.

Figure 36.1: Sample GIMP screenshot.
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Many excellent books that unleash the full power of the GIMP are available including the following.

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GIMP Visual Quickstart Guide, by Phyllis Davis, 306 pages, published May 2000 by Peachpit Press, ISBN 0201702533.

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Gimp for Linux Bible, by Stephanie Cottrell Bryant, Tillman Hodgson, and Bryan Livingston, 728 pages, published April 2000 by DG Books Worldwide, ISBN 0764533983.

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Grokking the Gimp, by Carey Bunks, 352 pages, published February 2000 by New Riders Publishing, ISBN 0735709246.

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Arists' Guide to the GIMP, by Michael J. Hammel, 340 pages, published December 1998 by Specialised Systems Consultants, ISBN 1578310113.


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