Must say GIMP the free and open-source graphics editor used for image retouching and editing. App was first released in 1995 by Spencer Kimball and Peter Mattis. One very powerful tool one should keep in mind before buying a expensive pro versions.
Used this application in couple of places for editing pictures and works well. The logo for the this site is created and designed with same application. This application is free and we can’t really review this application. All the features are good to uses. Our all picture editing happens on the same by all the means it looks good. GIMP is free and can be downloaded from official site https://www.gimp.org.
Start may seem slow on the application but once you get your hands on the control things go smooth. If you have some minor edit work or scaling work this application is you end answer. On the computing end this application is not resource hungry. Wide support in writing and video is available for this application online.
Although GIMP lacks the depth of the commercial pro editing applications, but it provides all the essential editing features and tools. In addition, the software goes little further than the basics to provide some advanced editing tools. It is available for Windows, Linux and Mac.
Despite being free, there’s much to recommend GIMP – especially if you don’t want to spend money but still want good image work. This tool will surely improved your professional work experience at a low cost.
GIMP on the other side lags in advance 3D options and Pixel quality. The feel and the looks on the application is quite dull and are not so impressive as the other pro applications.