How do you use photo-shop or gimp?
Photoshop and GIMP are used for image manipulation, which is basically editing/creating images and photos.
Photoshop has more fixed features and could be better for some users. One downside to Photoshop is the price, GIMP is free. GIMP "scripts" are more flexible and can use image parameters whereas Photoshop "Actions" use absolute values. Gimp can be run on far more machines (operating systems) than Photoshop.
No GIMP is your basic photo editing software to achieve that you must use programs like Photoshop
Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Photoshop Elements, GIMP,
On a photo-editing software. You can use Photoshop, Corel Painter, Gimp, Photfiltre, Photoscape. But the best two are Photoshop and Corel Painter. However you have to pay for those, if your not willing you can use Gimp, Photofiltre, and Photoscape which are free. Gimp is the best among the free one. I personally have Photoshop and Gimp. And you can learn how to make avi's and effects from tutorials. Hope this helped
One very good free alternative to Photoshop is Gimp. There is also Gimp Shop that is a Gimp that looks similar to Photoshop.
Yes. You can use Gimp or Photoshop aswell
Most digital and graphics design artists use photoshop. Those who can't afford Photoshop usually use GIMP or Corel Paint Shop
You can use any photo editing application that has a "scale image" option. Examples include Photoshop and GIMP. (GIMP is available as a free download whereas Photoshop must be purchased to use it legally)
1) Gimp is a FREE open source program that you can repeatedly update for free without paying anything. 2) Gimp has practically everything that Photoshop has. (At least from a non-professional user) 3) Is very easy to use and has a lot of tutorials: thegimpking.blogspot.com
GIMP is a free software and with practice can do many of the basic tasks of photoshop
Photoshop - costs about $200 - has just about everything GIMP hasGIMP - totally FREE and open source - has just about everything photoshop has
Image editing software like Photoshop, Photoshop Elements or free alternatives like GIMP, Picasa..
GIMP is a free alternative to Photoshop.
Most people use photoshop. But an inexpensive program to use is Gimp, it works very well and is free! After you get gimp, you need to get the templates.
no, you do not. you can use MS paint, GIMP, Paintshop, paint it!, and many others.
It's a photoshop program.
Yes! I've been using it for a few years now and I still wonder why people buy Photoshop when GIMP is free. :D
As far as I know you cannot. You can alternatively use GIMP or Photoshop.
Try gimp, it free and a lot easier than photoshop.
I use Photoshop Cs3 to design GFX, and photoshop is the preferred program other than GIMP. A good photoshop community to join once you have installed it and are ready to start working is http://www.fringefx.net
Gimp, Paintshop pro
Many players like to use gimp and photoshop. You can find out about these on the internet.
GIMP is an image editing program similar to Photoshop that can be downloaded for free at GIMP.org.
GIMP is an open-source program for use in editing and manipulating photos, much like Photoshop. Because it is open-source, it is free. You can download it from their website at http://www.gimp.org/.
Photoshop - Photoshop Express - Photoshop Elements Gimp Paint.net Paint skitch Picknik (online)
Probably, but not certainly, Photoshop. On the other hand, the Gimp is free, and is better at certain kinds of tasks. If you're trying to get a job as a graphic designer, then Photoshop, because it's an industry standard. If you're just doing it as a hobby, you might want to see if GIMP is "good enough" for you... chances are that it is.
Use photoshop. If ou can't afford that, or if TPB is blocked by your ISP, use GIMP. Jus google it ;)
It's a matter of personal opinion. Photoshop is probably used by more professional artists. On the other hand, the Gimp is free.
The program Photoshop is a licensed software and you can not download and use it for free legally. There is a free program called Gimp which is similar to photoshop and is completely free to download and use. Your A Gay Freak Worried About Copyright Your A Goon Get A Life!
They mostly do the same things- but in Photoshop many actions can be done in a separate layer ... the end results may be the same, but in Photoshop you can go back and change things to a deeper level than you can in GIMP.
It all comes down to opinion.
no, unfortunatly not
I would say Gimp, Pixlr, Paint.NET, PicMonkey... These are the great alternatives for Photoshop, but I would recommend Gimp as the 1st one.
Yes, it is much easier than photoshop to use. You just need a tutorial or two, which can be found on fringefx.net or thegimpnation.com/forums.
Gimp can open a .PSD file directly, and save it out as it's native format - the .XCF
Yes. Most, if all profesionalls use it. But in terms of consumers, Gimp is also popular, because of It's free licence and the fact that not everyone can afford Photoshop. Which one will you choose depends on how much can you afford. Personaly I use Photoshop.
Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Photoshop Elements, Corel PaintShop Pro are payable and GIMP is Photoshop free alternative
GIMP doesn't have many problems. If the file you are editing is too big, GIMP can be a bit slow, and it takes some practice to figure out how to use some of its more advanced functions. Otherwise, it is very similar to Photoshop and is easy to use (unless you want advanced stuff, that takes time.)
Any image editing software such as: Photoshop, paint, gimp, etc
You need to have a program like Photoshop or the GIMP, unless you use a scissors and glue.
There is the GIMPShop, which is the GIMP, with a modified UI, so that it looks and feels like photoshop, if that's what you are used to, or prefer. There is also an online program called "Splashup", previously known as "fauxto". It is very similar to Photoshop, but it is only available online and cannot be downloaded for offline use. (Aviary is in the same boat as Splashup) Corel Paint Shop is a popular alternative… Read More
Coral and Illustrator are good alternatives to Photoshop on the market. If you want free, then Gimp has some features.
Photoshop is a commercial product and so needs to be purchased. There is no legal way to acquire it for free. There are free alternatives to Photoshop such as Gimp.
Gimp can save images as PNG GIF and JPG, but it does not build html, in a way that photoshop would with 'slices'
The GIMP, GIMPshop, or Corel Paint Shop are all free programs like Photoshop
Installing gimp is easy in Linux, you just run the install app called Synaptic. Search for gimp, and it will find it and install it. Note, most Linux systems come with Gimp now.
At work, I often use GIMP image editor. It's an open source image editor which has many functions similar to Photoshop. Download it for free
yep, it can be but I'm not sure how to, Google it and see