Gimp 101: Perspective

One of the hardest things to take a picture of, in my opinion, is anything with parallel lines. Why? Because it’s so hard to get them to stay parallel in your photos. This is really obvious in photos of one of my favorite things: brick walls. There’s something so simple and [...]


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Gimp 101: Converting to Black and White

I take all my photos in color. But I’m in love with a good black and white photo now and then.
You might be thinking, “oh, c’mon iffles, I’m not that stupid, I saw the Desaturate in the Colors menu. I know that makes it black and white! I don’t need your help!” And, [...]


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Gimp 101: Levels

Well, I was planning on starting my “Photography 101″ posts next – exlpaining exposure, composition, etc. But a few people mentioned that they did download Gimp, so I’ll start with “Gimp 101″ first. We’ll move onto Photography 101 in the next post!
Today I’m going to talk about the Levels tool in Gimp, which [...]


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