This tutorial explains how to change the palette of an image, and goes over scripting it too! Oooer! Scheme? ugh!
Here’s a very detailed tutorial showing how to create a beautiful avator icon from a photo in the GIMP. Lurvely! Lots more icon stuff in the noldo icons community too!
Lots and lots of tutorials here. Many of them come from Gimp Talk.
Vignetting is usually something to be avoided, but this tutorial shows how it can be effective in creating a stronger image.
A recent thread on the GIMP User mailing list asked about why previews are so small, and why the “main window” preview isn’t available everywhere. Replies were soon forthcoming. It seems that plugins can’t preview their changes in the main window, but built-in tools can. Carol Spears even offered a […]
I’ve steered clear of RAW photography for some time. Maybe it’s the extra few steps required to get a finished product, or the very large file size, or just that “it’s not jpeg!” I changed the quality mode on my 20D to RAW this afternoon and was shocked when it […]
GIMP menus are going to be reorganized! Finally, no more Script-Fu, or Python menus, only one “Filters” menu! What I’d love to see in the GIMP is a “My filters” menu where I could drag and drop frequently used menu functions. I’d drop Levels, Curves, Rotate, Scale and Unsharp to […]
Here’s a panoramic photo I assembled from 2 shots at the Corpus Christi Procession on Sunday. I created the photo with the help of Panoramic Stitch which I mentioned a few days ago. It did a very good job, especially when you consider the foreground. I can’t imagine what kind […]
This filter is rather new (only announced last March) but some of the examples look good: before and after shots show a striking difference. Peter Heckert posted some instructions in this thread relating to usage so I may try it.
When you close newer versions of the GIMP, a small dialog appears showing thumbnails of unsaved images. In the development version you can drag and drop those thumbnails to a “XDS” compatible file manager to save them! Unfortunately, neither Nautilus or Konqueror support that feature yet, but Rox-Filer does!