I had the fun and privilege to interview the founder of Pixls.us.
One of very few successful GIMP semi-forks is rising from the ashes again.
There are many reasons one could wish for a simple general image editor on Linux. This is one of the least known options.
GIMP has no reference image viewer. Fortunately, there a simple way to work around this.
New version of the digital photography workflow app arrives with color-managed printing
The GIMP team made the first public release in the 2.9.x series. It's completely GEGL-based, has 16/32-bit per channel editing and new tools.
This week, GIMP celebrates its 20th anniversary
SANE is not the most often updated pack of drivers and associated software around, but when they release, they do deliver.
GIMP's new image processing engine got its first update in three years, and it's full of awesome
Graeme Gill has just announced immediate availability of ArgyllPRO ColorMeter, a commercial Android app that allows using colorimeters and spectrophotometers directly via the USB on-the-go port.
Built-in viewer for metadata is coming to GIMP 2.10
The new feature is mostly useful for digital painting and drawing, as well as for preparing textures in CG
Last night, Google started publishing the list of mentoring organizations accepted to the Summer of Code 2013 program
In the eyes of astrophotographers GIMP has always been an underdog. Recent changes in the unstable version finally address this issue.
Nicolas Robidoux aims to implement advanced samplers in GEGL — the new GIMP's image processing engine
After 3.5 years of blood, sweat and tears the GIMP team announced the release of GIMP 2.8. But good things come in pairs.
Type design is something that never lets you go once got a basic grasp of it. And studying how other people do it is an important part of getting there.
A fellow darktable contributor asked about the washed-out effect he discovered in one of my pictures. Here is how I do it.
If your lens is missing in LensFun database, you can create it thanks to lens calibration app from newly released version of Hugin, a free panorama stitcher. Learn how to do it.
What's new with GNOME Color manager, what changes are coming to the Linux printing system
In this GIMP tutorial, we introduce you to the concept of projections and explain how to save everything visible in GIMP's image window to a file
Learn how to use color tools presets to preserve favourite settings of Levels, Curves and suchlike for further use across sessions.
The new beta versions are bringing lots of awesomeness
Sometimes when you work on a complex project in GIMP, you carefully construct a very precise selection you might need later, so how do you save it?
In this tutorial we'll explain what sepia actually is, and how this effect is best achieved in GIMP and darktable.
This is the ultimate guide to installing and managing GIMP add-ons like brushes, plug-ins, scripts.
The new version is out with official support for LensFun and more features
Richard Hughes released new version of GNOME Color Manager — a bundle of color management tools for GNOME.
Vladimir Nadvornik et al. released the first stable version of an image viewer called Geeqie.
A new version of GNOME Color Manager is out as usual on first Monday of a month.
Today we are doing an early review of GNOME Color Manager — a set of free tools to make color management in GNOME and Linux just work™.
After a little over a month of work Richard Hughes released the first public version of GNOME Color Manager.
New version of darktable, free/libre digital light table and Raw converter, is out.
New version of UFRaw is out with some major new features like 100% preview, hot pixel removal and more.
The new version now supports RAW files larger than 2GB.
GIMP team has just released the first unstable version in this development cycle with lots of exciting new features. Learn more about it.
New version of RawTherapee is out with major new features like Exif/IPTC support, theme switching, and improved GUI layout.
The new version gets interactive hardware accelerated panorama preview dialog and batch stitching.
This interview with Hal V. Engel, lead developer of LProf, was taken back in December 2007. With introduction of GNOME Color Manager in late 2009 and dispcalGUI in 2008 is has mostly historical value.
The photography workflow application got a new user interface for the library.
New version of GEGL, new GIMP's core, is out in the wild with mostly internal changes.