GNU Image Manipulation Program or GIMP lets you edit your photos and add effects. GIMP has plenty of features to impress it users and they are all free to use. The program can be used to perform many tasks such as image resizing, cropping, and red-eye removal.
GIMP is such a powerful image editing software that it can be compared to Adobe Photoshop, but unlike Photoshop you don’t have to pay a price for full functionality. It has everything that an image editing software can ask for such as layers, filters, masks, additional effects, and cloning. There are also text tools, dynamic brushes, color operations, and options for improved printing.
GIMP is easy to install and simple to work with once you get a hang of the layout. It uses an advanced scripting interface which allows you to perform even the most complex image processing techniques. It is also compatible with extensions and plug-ins which makes accomplishment of tasks easier. GIMP is originally based on the Linux operating system but the same version is also compatible with Windows and Mac computers.
GIMP has features which are unmatchable with other photo-editing tools and it’s completely free to use. There is no trial period or license required to use all the features. This makes it highly recommended for both amateurs and professionals.
- Set manifest as Windows 8 compatible
- Indicate if a file was exported in the Quit dialog
- Add shortcuts and hint labels to the close and quit dialogs that make closing and quitting easier and more consistent
- Rename the File->Export menu labels to match Save/Save as
- Fix keyboard shortcuts on OSX Mavericks
- Don't open lots of progress popups when opening many files
- Correctly restore the hidden state of docks in single window mode
- Fix exporting an image consisting of a single layer group
- Don't attempt to pick transparent colors
- Fix crash in LCMS plugin if RGB profile was missing
- Fix compile on NetBSD (missing -lexecinfo)
- Bug fixes
- Translation updates