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I take my big soft lens polishing cloth out of the cupboard and give my crystal ball a good rub. Usually I use it for
I gave myself a real photo printer for the 5th anniversary of “Meet the GIMP!” and have now my work-flow ready to print in the
This week I start with a short introduction into autostereoscopic images, see two posts below. Then I cover the GEGL operation “c2g”, which converts acouloured
This is basically Episode 002 – but with a really new GIMP (and a more experienced screen caster). But before that I have some news for you
I have some very nice news about the upcoming version 2.6 of GIMP. Exclusively for Meet the GIMP! before it will hit the mailing lists
This is the second time I try to get into Python scripting for GIMP. My script in the first show about scripting was simple, just saving some
I try to explain the stuff that influences the quality of your images. File formats, compression, sensor size. Each solution has pro and cons –
After a welcome to the (hopefully) lots of new viewers from the Miro Guide, I continue to shrink a real building site to a model