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Gimphoto 1.4.3 for Linux
Gimphoto 1.4.3 for Linux Gimphoto is application software for photo and image editor. Gimphoto is based on Gimp (GNU Image Manipulation Program). Gimphoto is released under GPL. Gimphoto is a GIMP modification with new menu, additional plugins and resources to bring the best GIMP experience to Photoshop users. Why was this program created? Many GIMP users have discussed how GIMP must be improve in many areas before it can be used as free Photoshop alternative (even with earlier versions of Photoshop - 5.5 or 6). Area that must be improved are: - Features Color Management, CMYK Separation, 16 bit Mode, Batch Process, Layer Adjustment, Styles, Action. - User Interface Menu Structure, Menu Priority, Shortcuts, Toolbox and Dialog design, Windowing System (too many big buttons and white spaces). - Lack of Resources More useful brushset, More useful gradients, More useful pattern, More useful plugin (tight selection of plugins, only include commonly used and high quality plugins because loading brushset, gradients and plugins takes time). GIMP must be useful out of the box without further customization by user. Many of these features have been added to the GIMP 2.3 development series and many plugins have been developed to extend GIMP capabilities but these plugins are spread all over the internet and must be installed manually to get the best GIMP experience. I have tried my best to compose those components (GIMP latest version, best plugins, and best resources) into a single package that will provide an out of the box experience for GIMP. so I bring to you... Gimphoto.
5/5 3,019 Jul 11, 2017
Ek Kian
Gimphoto 24.1 for Windows
Gimphoto 24.1 for Windows Gimphoto is application software for photo and image editor. Gimphoto is based on Gimp (GNU Image Manipulation Program). Gimphoto is released under GPL. Gimphoto is a GIMP modification with new menu, additional plugins and resources to bring the best GIMP experience to Photoshop users. Why was this program created? Many GIMP users have discussed how GIMP must be improve in many areas before it can be used as free Photoshop alternative (even with earlier versions of Photoshop - 5.5 or 6). Area that must be improved are: - Features Color Management, CMYK Separation, 16 bit Mode, Batch Process, Layer Adjustment, Styles, Action. - User Interface Menu Structure, Menu Priority, Shortcuts, Toolbox and Dialog design, Windowing System (too many big buttons and white spaces). - Lack of Resources More useful brushset, More useful gradients, More useful pattern, More useful plugin (tight selection of plugins, only include commonly used and high quality plugins because loading brushset, gradients and plugins takes time). GIMP must be useful out of the box without further customization by user. Many of these features have been added to the GIMP 2.3 development series and many plugins have been developed to extend GIMP capabilities but these plugins are spread all over the internet and must be installed manually to get the best GIMP experience. I have tried my best to compose those components (GIMP latest version, best plugins, and best resources) into a single package that will provide an out of the box experience for GIMP. so I bring to you... Gimphoto. Gimphoto 24.1 - Gimphoto 1.4.3 repackage - New Installer compatible with Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 - New Installer is Portable (no more problems with UAC permission) - Gimpad version 1.2 included (new) - faster, lighter, compatible with Win 8 and Win 8.1
5/5 3,122 Jul 11, 2017
Ek Kian
Gimphoto 26.1 for Mac
Gimphoto 26.1 for Mac Gimphoto is application software for photo and image editor. Gimphoto is based on Gimp (GNU Image Manipulation Program). Gimphoto is released under GPL. Gimphoto is a GIMP modification with new menu, additional plugins and resources to bring the best GIMP experience to Photoshop users. Why was this program created? Many GIMP users have discussed how GIMP must be improve in many areas before it can be used as free Photoshop alternative (even with earlier versions of Photoshop - 5.5 or 6). Area that must be improved are: - Features Color Management, CMYK Separation, 16 bit Mode, Batch Process, Layer Adjustment, Styles, Action. - User Interface Menu Structure, Menu Priority, Shortcuts, Toolbox and Dialog design, Windowing System (too many big buttons and white spaces). - Lack of Resources More useful brushset, More useful gradients, More useful pattern, More useful plugin (tight selection of plugins, only include commonly used and high quality plugins because loading brushset, gradients and plugins takes time). GIMP must be useful out of the box without further customization by user. Many of these features have been added to the GIMP 2.3 development series and many plugins have been developed to extend GIMP capabilities but these plugins are spread all over the internet and must be installed manually to get the best GIMP experience. I have tried my best to compose those components (GIMP latest version, best plugins, and best resources) into a single package that will provide an out of the box experience for GIMP. so I bring to you... Gimphoto. Gimphoto 24.1 - Gimphoto 1.4.3 repackage - New Installer compatible with Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 - New Installer is Portable (no more problems with UAC permission) - Gimpad version 1.2 included (new) - faster, lighter, compatible with Win 8 and Win 8.1
5/5 2,979 Jul 11, 2017
Ek Kian
   
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