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Blending Multiple Images and Creating Captions in Gimp

Jan 06, 2012, 16:03 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Carla Schroder)

[ Thanks to Carla Schroder for this link. ]

"GIMP is not LAME: Computer geeks think they are funny, and that how we end up with names like GIMP and LAME. GIMP is short for GNU Image Manipulation Program. LAME is a recursive acronym for LAME Ain't an MP3 Encoder. Together they form my mildly amusing subheading. At any rate, whatever the shortcomings of the name, GIMP is an excellent open source painting, drawing, and image editing program. It is free of cost and runs on Linux, Mac, and Windows, and supports a number of drawing tablets like Wacom.

"You'll need a batch of existing images to follow this tutorial– photos, clipart, anything is fine. You can copy images from Web pages by right-clicking on them, and then left-clicking "Save as" in the right-click menu. This is legal for private, personal use; don't commit copyright infringement by distributing copyrighted images without permission. Visit the Wikimedia Commons to find excellent permissively-licensed images, and you can even share your own."

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