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GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Program) is an open source, and freely distributed piece of software used for photo manipulation and retouching.

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How do different books on Gimp compare?

There is a series of books on GIMP. What are the differences among them? Can you help to pinpoint a good reference ? Ideally I hope that after reading such a book I would be more or less ...
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Are Gimp's “color space” blend modes the same as those in Photoshop?

The Wikipedia article on Blend Modes describes three of them in particular like this: Photoshop’s hue, saturation, color, and luminosity blend modes are based on a color space with dimensions that ...
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Is there a way to get Gimp to use color curves from a Technicolor CineStyle S-curve lookup table?

Is there a way to import a Technicolor CineStyle S-curve lookup table in Gimp->Color->Curves? The lookup table is just a text file with 256 lines, with a numeric value (0..255) on each line: 0 ...
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How do I effectively split an outdoor image across an uneven horizon in Gimp?

I'm looking to take an image looking out at a storm in the distance that has a fairly uneven horizon due to trees and a foreground fence post and only increase the contrast and decrease the brightness ...
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Why do my photos get much smaller when sending .cr2 files from ufraw to gimp?

I am using ufraw to open .cr2 raw files in gimp, but I'm experiencing a strange issue. The .cr2 files are some 7Mb large. A typical dimension could be, for instance, 2374x1591, as reported by my ...
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Is there an easy way to select by histogram range in GIMP?

The other day I was wondering if there is an easy way in GIMP to choose the pixels that are part of a selected range on the histogram.
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Can the effects of a polarizer be replicated in post-processing?

According to my knowledge Polarizing filters are mainly used to make sky appear more bluish in the day sunlight which gives more dramatic effect to your pictures. I don't have polarizing filters yet ...
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Anyone know of a PS filter that's equivalent to the Retinex filter for GIMP?

The closest I've found so far are a couple from Topaz Labs. They're not quite the same though. Retinex is awesome. Especially if the environments in which you shoot lead to lots of underexposures.
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How do I move my post-processing beyond Picasa?

Over time I've become fairly skilled in using Picasa to do post-processing starting with NEF files, but I'm thinking it's time to step it up a notch, and explore what I can do with a more ...