2.8.6 for Ubuntu
The GIMP Team
A more than satifactory Photoshop substitute for GNU/Linux

Everyone is aware of Adobe Photoshop's qualities while editing graphics and photos. Unfortunately, Photoshop has not yet been able to create a look in Linux, and for example, we have to look for alternatives.

The most complete is a GIMP, its name is recommended, a comprehensive application for image editing (GNU Image Manipulation Program).

Different views, single interface

The interface is divided into different modules, which may vary, different editor controls and image elements are shown in incognito.

Support for different files

Many image formats are supported, of course, the most popular such as PPG, GIF, PNG and TIFF.

Hundreds of possibilities

Offer feasibility, many, including a collection of image formats, photos recovery, caps, editing with alpha channel and a suite of other editing tools.

It's a huge number of tools, from most basic editing and image composition tools, to more complex things such as filters and effects, each with their own configuration.

Actually, this program can be used by both young and graphical professionals, since the complexity depends on the tools you use.

Also, the functionality of GIMP can be further expanded by installing plugins, which make this really powerful editor tool.

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