GIMP is an image manipulation tool for Windows also for many other platforms that is considered an open source alternative software for Adobe Photoshop. Same as Photoshop, GIMP is also suitable for a numerous of image manipulation tasks, including photo improvement, image composition, image construction, and many other functionalities. This app can be used as a simple painting program, online batch processing systems, expert quality photo retouching programs, mass production image renderers, image format converters, and more.

GIMP is modular, can be expanded, and extensible. This is designed to be augmented by plug-ins and extensions to do anything. Its advanced script interface allowing everything to do from the simplest to the most complex image manipulation tasks to be easily scripted.

GIMP features:

Customizable User Interface
Each task requires a different environment and allows you to adjust the appearance and behavior as you like. Starting from the widget theme, it allows you to change the color, widget distance and icon size to the custom tool set in the toolbox.

Photo Enhancement
Various imperfections of digital photos can be easily compensated for using GIMP. Correcting perspective distortion caused by the tilt of the lens just by choosing the corrective mode on the transformation tool. Eliminate lens barrel distortion and vignetting with a strong but simple interface.

Hardware Support
This includes very unique support for various input devices out of the box. Pressure and tilt sensitive tablets, but also a variety of USB or MIDI controllers.

Support Many Formats
Support many common image file format ranges from general like PNG, TIFF, JPEG, GIF, JPG formats to special use formats such as multi-resolution and multi-color-depth Windows icon files. The architecture makes it possible to expand the capabilities of the GIMP format with plug-ins. Some rare format support can be found in the plugin registry.

Requirements: Windows 7 64 / Windows 8 64 / Windows 10 64

Download: GIMP | 214.16 MB – Open Source

Author: The GIMP Team