Enhance less than perfect images with the GIMP


Article from Issue 77/2007

GIMP is a powerful tool for improving digital photos. We’ll explain how to crop pictures, simulate depth of field, and correct perspective.

Part 1 of this two-part series on image manipulation with GIMP looked at correcting your washed out or underexposed images and white balance. Part 2 covers correcting perspective, cropping photos, and simulating depth of field with GIMP tools.

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