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I have worked for YEARS with GIMP and had practically ZERO issues with it. In their latest update, it is practically useless. The brush size I cant seem to change, icons in the toolbox dont have "hover titles" which are needed since they have changed the look for most of the icons. Every time I start the program I have to reopen all of my tool boxes again. I used to love GIMP. Now, I'm looking for a new program. See More
GIMP is completely free and open source, meaning you can use GIMP and all of its features without spending a penny. This makes it an excellent case for artists or designers who may not have the budget to spend over 700 USD on Photoshop. It is also available for free on Windows, Mac OS and Linux. It's licensed under GPL with source code available here. See More
Gimp has less features than programs like Photoshop, but for a beginner, or someone not needing complicated options, Gimp is the perfect choice. It allows you to quickly do basic photo manipulation so you can easily get the product you need without having to worry about complicated features getting in the way. See More
This program is too complicated. It will not make a simple circle with text on the top and bottom. See More
Software is based on GTK, so it might not integrate well in non-GTK environments. It also requires many dependencies on those non-GTK desktops. It also adds dependencies to GTK-environments since it is written in C++ which requires the gtkmm wrapper/interface. See More