What is GIMP?

GIMP provides easy-to-use, professional design tools that are comparable to Photoshop—minus the hefty price tag. GIMP is free image editing software that perfects photos and creates animated images.One of the most powerful general-purpose image editors around, GIMP can be used as a simple paint program, an expert-quality photo retouching program, image format converter and more. You will never be asked for personal information or a credit card.

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GIMP Features

 
Photo Enhancement - Fix Red Eye

Photo Enhancement Tools easily fix photo imperfections. From red-eye removal to perspective distortion, GIMP can fix just about anything.

 
Custom Tools

Custom Tool Settings allow you to change colors, spacing and icon sizes in the toolbox.

 
Channel Mixer - Optimize Black and white Photos

Channel Mixer provides the flexibility and power needed to optimize black and white photos.

 
Photo Enhancement - Digital Retouching

Digital Retouching gets rid of unwanted details and allows for minor details to be re-touched.

 
GIMP Hardware Support

Hardware Support provides unique support for various input devices out of the box. Change the size, angle or opacity of a brush, bind favorite scripts to buttons and speed up workflow.

 
Photo File Format Support

File Formats support ranges from the common likes of JPEG (JFIF), GIF, PNG, TIFF to special use formats such as the multi-resolution and multi-color-depth Windows icon files.

 

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