Easy step by step tutorials for Gimp for beginners and advanced users.
In this page you can find dozens of tutorials for photo editing with Gimp. Each one of our tutorials is originals and described step by step. Gimp is the best solution for amateur photographer that is looking for a free software, almost professional, for post production and photo editing.
We believe that Gimp is an amazing software, that can substitute Photoshop for most needs of the non professional photographer. We hope that our tutorials can help you to understand the functioning and potential of Gimp, that is absolutely the best free software for photo edting so far. There are many other programs that works fine, but no one of them is so flexible and advanced. Maybe it could be a little bit hard to learn, but when you'll understand how to use it, you will be completely satisfied. And this is why we created this website: to let you easily understand the basics of Gimp.
How to straighten a crooked photo and crop it following the Rule of the Thirds.
This beginner tutorial describes all the types of selections of Gimp and their use.
How to insert a text in a picture to make, for example, a Facebook demotivational.
This tool is really easy to use, but is less accurate than levels and curves.
Adjust the histogram with Gimp lets you get the optimal gamma and contrast.
Use curves for selectively adjust dark, light and mid tones.
Rotate colors is a tool that allows you to easily change a colour into another.
You can have perfect black and white pictures using Gimp's Channel Mixer.
This is a good solution if you need to highlight the subject from a chaotic background.
Learn what is and how to adjust the white balance of your pictures.
High and low key with Gimp. This effect is recommended with black and white photos.
Using the automatic tool called Red Eye Removal. Red eyes are a flash light defect.
Four steps: Change colour, increase highlight, add reflection and darken eyelid.
This plugin has many effects, this tutorial is about noise reduction.
Improve your Landscapes photos. This is a must read tutorial.
This technique is also known as Double Exposure, use it to normalize sky exposure.
Reduces skin defects in portraits and adds angelic glow around subject.
Typical of low depth of field. Consists in a sharp subject on blurred background.