One very good free alternative to Photoshop is Gimp. There is also Gimp Shop that is a Gimp that looks similar to Photoshop.
GIMP is a free software and with practice can do many of the basic tasks of photoshop
Photoshop and GIMP are used for image manipulation, which is basically editing/creating images and photos.
Photoshop - costs about $200 - has just about everything GIMP hasGIMP - totally FREE and open source - has just about everything photoshop has
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.
GIMP is a free alternative to Photoshop.
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
Gimp, Paintshop pro
GIMP is an image editing program similar to Photoshop that can be downloaded for free at GIMP.org.
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
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.
It's a matter of personal opinion. Photoshop is probably used by more professional artists. On the other hand, the Gimp is free.
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.
Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Photoshop Elements, 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.
Gimp can open a .PSD file directly, and save it out as it's native format - the .XCF
Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Photoshop Elements, Corel PaintShop Pro are payable and GIMP is Photoshop free alternative
No GIMP is your basic photo editing software to achieve that you must use programs like Photoshop
Coral and Illustrator are good alternatives to Photoshop on the market. If you want free, then Gimp has some features.
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
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)
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
Image editing software like Photoshop, Photoshop Elements or free alternatives like GIMP, Picasa..
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.
GIMP and Photoshop can. :)
yep, it can be but I'm not sure how to, Google it and see
less userfriendly than photoshop but when u get used to it its fine
One of them. I find GIMP excellent for drawing line art and editing transparent images, and it can open and save .PSD (Photoshop) files. It is not nearly as good as Photoshop for photo manipulation however.
Gimp is nothing like Photoshop. It works with images in a way that is completely foreign to those familiar with Adobe-type products. It was as if it the program was designed by someone who had never had to actually manipulate an image professionally. If you're stuck on the Linux OS, but you need to work with images I would suggest looking at an app called "Pixel Image Editor". Also, there is a Gimp/Photoshop hack called… Read More
Most digital and graphics design artists use photoshop. Those who can't afford Photoshop usually use GIMP or Corel Paint Shop
Best alternative is Adobe Photoshop Elements which have most of features of Adobe Photoshop. Other alternatives are Corel PaintShop Pro or GIMP which is totally free.
Yes. You can use Gimp or Photoshop aswell
Photofiltre is a powerful picture editing program , for free its similar to gimp or Photoshop
Gimp is a good one, and SAI, plus pixia.
If you would compare it with Photoshop®, the drawbacks are mostly in the automatic tricks Photoshop® can do for you that you must do for yourself in GIMP®. Then again, that would improve your cognitive and solution skills, and might grant you options where an automatic trick might not help you.
try GIMP its free
no, you do not. you can use MS paint, GIMP, Paintshop, paint it!, and many others.
Spencer kimball & Peter Mattis made up the "Gimp" Raster graphics photo editor program which is competitor of photoshop but it is open source & free program.
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.
Photoshop is picture editor,what you mean?good picture editor?best free picture editors are GIMP and Picasa,i recommend to you Picasa
As far as I know you cannot. You can alternatively use GIMP or Photoshop.
Yes, its name is GIMP See related link
Try gimp, it free and a lot easier than photoshop.