There’s nothing better than free open source software that can do a lot of the same things and sometimes more than your professional overpriced software can do. I don’t know, it just feels good and that’s why I love GIMP.
The Photo Manipulation Tutorials for GIMP below are some great examples of GIMPs in use and several are Photoshop tutorials converted for GIMP use.
Well, minus the $700 you had to pay to do it with Photoshop.
Creating Fireball and Explosion effect in Gimp
Adding life into a Flat Photograph
Beautiful Parrot Photo Manipulation in Gimp
This tutorial will describe how to make a colorful photo manipulation using a parrot picture, two flower stock photos and two texture background. You‘ll see it‘s not that hard to create a simple photo manipulation with effective color and using some texture.
Gimp Sin City Tutorial
Fun with Light
In this GIMP tutorial we will transform this stock bulb photo into a switched on 2watt? light bulb.
Be A Sketch Artist
How To Do Skin Care With Gimp
Gimp can help you to remove wrinkle, acne scars, red rash, blemish, pimple and other annoying skin problem on face in a photo portrait.This is a guide, manual and help for how to retouch skin with Gimp.
Hot Wallpaper with Flames
How to Create An Awesome Action Picture
Make Grunge Vector Style Art
Creating Liquid Fire
In this tutorial we‘ll turn water into fire by creating a wave of water that transforms into a wave of fire. We‘ll use some advanced color tools such as Levels and Curves to accomplish this, and we‘ll also add some matching text.
Splattered Vector In GIMP
How to Design a Dramatic Winged Dragon with Gimp
Infrared / Monochrome Effect
Black/White or Monochrome effects on pictures are evergreens in image manipulation and picture presentation. Also some speak of the so called infrared-effect which is just a special adjustment of the graytones.
Make Your Photo Look Like a Hollywood Movie
Creating Dark Surreal Image
This tutorial is all about creating an dark surreal using some free stock images from Deviant Art and i want to introduce some new trick – combining two great free software, Gimp and IrfanView. The composition is quite simple, but with a little inspiration you can create something really nice.