San Jose, CA (PRWEB) August 2, 2006
After more than a decade of Adobe Photoshop's popularity in the image editing software arena, a Silicon Valley web developer is revealing little-known secrets in the digital imaging world known as "The GIMP" to the general public.
Mike Sin, who has been working with graphics programs since 1990, is revealing 7 photo editing software secrets at http://www.gimpsecrets.com
"Digital imaging software programs can be a confusing topic," states Sin. "There are overlaps in what programs can do and techniques that you can only do in a specific program. It's hard to tell from reading reviews; especially reviews from software manufacturers that claim their software will stop just short of guaranteeing you will lead a happy life just for this one purchase. I want to give everyone who takes photos and wants to improve their look a chance to get to know The GIMP."
One of the secrets Sin reveals at his web site is that The GIMP, which stands for GNU Image Manipulation Program, has all the major features of Adobe Photoshop but is available for free and can open up Adobe Photoshop files.
"With the GIMP," states Sin, "people can create or open images and manipulate them to make their images more vibrant and more appealing. You can layer your images with the GIMP to compose new and extraordinary creations. The GIMP also has a drawing and painting program, plus you can create animations with each frame as a new layer and export them as animations. And that's just the beginning."
People who would like to learn more secrets that most people will never know about photo editing software can visit Sin's web site at http://www.gimpsecrets.com