LinuxPlanet: The Graphics Lab on Your Linux Desktop
Aug 01, 2000, 13:19 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Michael Hall)
Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers
[ Thanks to Kevin
Reichard for this link. ]
"I hate taking pictures with film. You'd think, despite several
years of practice, and even some time spent as an acolyte in
various darkrooms where I learned to mix chemicals just so and
mastered the arcana of dodging and burning under an enlarger, that
I'd be singing the praises of the analog development process."
"...I was waiting for digital photography when it came along,
and I embrace it with open arms. It's the perfect combination of
instant feedback, manipulatable results, and the joy of picture
taking. It's also a hobby that's well-supported under Linux:
there's a digital photolab sitting on your desk, even if you've
sworn off Windows."
"This is a look at a set of GNOME/GTK programs that all work
together to give you the tools you need to produce great web
graphics, enhance your photos, and explore your creative side.
If you just want to get the red-eye out of photos before
putting them up on your web page, or if you feel like making
elaborate photo-collages, these tools start with the basic act of
getting your digital camera to talk to your PC, and end with making
simple slideshows of the finished product."
- Linux.com: The Scott Fritzinger interview - July 25th, 2000(Jul 26, 2000)
- Linux.com: GIMP for Newbies, Part 1(Jul 24, 2000)
- LinuxFocus.org: Pseudo 3D with Gimp(Jul 09, 2000)
- LinuxPower: Interview with Sven Neumann on the GIMP(Jun 19, 2000)
- Linux Magazine: Make Linux your palette with these essential tools for the Web artist(Jun 04, 2000)
- GraphicsMuse: Blurred Vision - Gimp's Blur Filters(May 07, 2000)
- AboutLinux.com: gPhoto 0.4.3: A Sneak Peek(Apr 13, 2000)
- GraphicsMuse: Artists' Guide to the Linux Desktop(Mar 12, 2000)