- title The GIMP - The GNU Image Manipulation Program
The GIMP (The GNU Image Manipulation Program) is a powerful image editing application and is the default image editor for Ubuntu. It will happily open and save to most image file formats and offers a host of useful features, plus the scope to add more using its plug-in system. Filters such as Motion Blur, Cubism and Predator make advanced image editing fun and easy. The GIMP opens several windows by default, which act as 'toolboxes' from which you can tweak settings and select tools to work on your image with. GIMP can be found here: Applications > Graphics > GIMP Image Editor
GIMP may be seen as feature heavy for simple image editing. An example could be red eye removal on photographs. An alternative application for such photo editing is F-Spot.
- Official GIMP Documentation - Official documentation
- Official Gimp Website - Official GIMP website
- GIMP Wikipedia Article - Wikipedia entry for GIMP