Most people would immediately say Photoshop.
I prefer GIMP, for several reasons:
1. It is open source and hence, free.
2. It runs on Linux, Mac and Windows.
3. It is on a par with Photoshop and better than other similar software
Yes, I agree with Chris de Villiers. Gimp is a great free program to use. But if you want to go advance then Photoshop will help you a lot.
Another great open source (and free) option is Photo Pos Pro. Like Gimp, it is a powerful tool, and it doesn't cost a thing.
by Wayne Tully 9 years ago
I have lately been experimenting with the free art software Gimp and I've done a quick hubpage about it, although I won't link to it here, you can see it on my profile page.Has anyone used Gimp for their digital art and how have you found it compared to something like Photoshop?
by jenblacksheep 9 years ago
Does anyone know of any good (or free) software for designing stuff. I use photoshop for editing photos I already have, but to create something from scratch its not very easy. I'm designing a cover for my mum's book and I need to create like a symbol or design of some kind and I need to be able to...
by John Crozier 6 months ago
What is your favourite piece of photo editing software?
by Victoria Lynn 7 years ago
What's the best free downloadable photo editor?I've heard of GIMP and some others. What is your favorite and why? Features? Ease of use?
by craftybegonia 7 years ago
What is the best free photo editing software available online?
by Shake Shah 6 years ago
Which graphic designing software is best according to you today?
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