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Get the fifths release of the GIMP Magazine!

By at 2013-12-11 12:18:48 UTC, last updated over 4 years ago. CC BY-NC License

5th issue of the GIMP magazine 5th issue of the GIMP magazine

Time for the GIMP Magazine! The Team has been working hard to bring you a new great issue featuring the great photographer Pat David!

In the 5th issue of the GIMP magazine he shows us some cool things on portrait retouching (including noise reduction, smoother skin, color correction, hightlights and much more). It’s 20 pages but it’s really worth a read! Patrick David also runs a Blog where he publishes tutorials showing techniques that are specialized on photo retouching.

Christopher Mark Perez, who already wrote for the magazine before, is back for a more “dark” article. He shows us the touch up of one of his photos with the GUM OVER PALLADIUM effect.

The magazine has many contributions from the community too and much more to offer so download the PDF or view it online on ISSUU!

Please consider a donation to the magazin! You can also buy a printed copy or an iPad version which supports the creators of the magazine.

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Anthony
over 4 years ago

How can you get the past for copies too? Is there a link somewhere that you keep these. GIMP is awesome. I subscribe to Adobe cc and have access to Photoshop, but I still use GIMP and Lighthouse together for amazing results.

Lyle member for about 6 years Lyle 91 comments
over 4 years ago

Another well done e-mag Pat. True to your word, you are keeping the GIMP magazine up to snuff. I do appreciate you and your collaborator's efforts. :)