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Sneak peek at Issue #1 of the all new GIMP Magazine!

By at 2012-07-20 18:06:32 UTC, last updated about 2 years ago. CC BY-NC License

GIMP Magazine #1 will arrivein autumn 2012! GIMP Magazine #1 will arrivein autumn 2012!

Wilber gets a professional magazine! The past months have been the period of gathering the contents for the first issue which is almost complete by now.

The GIMP Magazine covers high quality content for GIMP – Issue #1 will be 50 pages filled with very cool stuff. We’ve got a a sneak peek of what will be in:

  • Cover Story of a photographer who is exclusive to both GIMP and UFRAW
  • Stunning Master Class tutorial in GIMP.
  • A truly awesome GIMP transformation of a real location in France.
  • HDR photography story using GIMP and related software packages
  • Amazing design gallery – Contributions from the GIMP Community
  • Very cool photography gallery – More contributions from the GIMP community
  • A “Back to School” article listing essential GIMP resources filling literally two blackboards
  • A unique non-technical GIMP 2.8 review
  • A Call for Content for Issue #2 & #3

The magazine will have a cool, professional layout with a size of 8.125″ × 10.75″ and will totally free. It will be released in different online formats too.

We’re eagerly waiting for the release of the first issue and will keep you up-to-date on this!

When? When? When?

There is no exact release date, but it is aimed for a release in autumn! The creators are planning releases on a quarterly (4 issues per year) basis. During August there will be more insight into the magazine which will be published on The GIMP Magazin on Google+

Follow them on Twitter: twitter.com/GIMPMagazine

Thank you, Steve, for letting us know!

Update #1: The website now shows the title image of the GIMP master class article where a city of France is set into the future where people have left the city and nature starts to get the city back!

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devvv member for about 8 years devvv 1422 comments
about 2 years ago

Update #1: The website now shows the title image of the "GIMP master class article":http://gimpmagazine.org/issue-1-preview-gimp-master-class/ where a city of France is set into the future where people have left the city and nature starts to get the city back!

bidcaller member for over 4 years bidcaller 2 comments rated this topic with 5/5
about 2 years ago

Thank you for the "download ads" warning. I AM a complete novice and understand very little about all this lingo, however even I understood this warning completely. Very helpful

Michael
about 2 years ago

Those download ads usually try to divert you to modified versions of the software, which may include adware or malware. They copy the most common UI element for downloads nowadays - the green arrows - and use that to get the unsuspecting users' attention.

The actual download links on this site are placed in the box at the upper right, with an orangish background - right above the place where ads are shown, unfortunately.

mgroothuis
about 2 years ago

Will be great to have! Btw, it is time to update the Ad above the comment section of this page to Gimp 2.8 - Free Download, after all that IS the latest version.
I am looking forward to using the Gimp 2.8 in my teaching (new semester beginning end July) - so far I am enjoying the conversion to Open Source. This magazine will help make the Gimp more "respectable" for those die-hard "PS-rules" students...

Lyle member for over 2 years Lyle 80 comments
about 2 years ago

Looking forward to it and thank those who have worked hard to make this happen. Might also help to get those who use other editors a good PR glimpse at what GIMP can do for them as well. :)