GIMP Beginners Tutorial – No Photoshop No Problem

Select this video if you want to learn quickly and easily about GIMP. No Photoshop, No problem! Learn how to use GIMP 2019. GIMP is a FREE image editor that works on Windows, OS X and Linux. GIMP is a powerful and free Photoshop alternative. Use GIMPโ€™s sophisticated tools to create original digital paintings and photo editing. Check out the timestamps below to jump to different parts of the video.

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0:56 Downloading GIMP
1:26 Customizing your GIMP experience
1:56 Change GIMP theme color (dark/light)
2:14 Change icon theme and icon size in GIMP
4:03 Create a new composition
5:19 Paint bucket tool
6:18 Selection tool in GIMP
8:20 Brush and Drawing tools in GIMP
10:48 Making a YouTube thumbnail
12:19 Scale tool image
12:30 Move tool
12:41 Align images in GIMP
13:13 Rotate images
13:53 Text tool
16:09 Adding filters to layers
16:57 Saving and exporting in GIMP
17:55 Gradient too
19:35 Understanding layers
21:13 Photo editing
21:19 Healing tool in GIMP (remove acne)
22:29 Clone tool
23:22 Crop tool
24:00 Fuzzy select tool (green screen example)
25:03 Invert selection
26:07 Color picker tool in GIMP

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14 thoughts on “GIMP Beginners Tutorial – No Photoshop No Problem

  • August 8, 2019 at 14:36

    Looking forward to the next on GIMP, I use it on a daily basis.
    (By the way ๐Ÿ™‚ how big is your screen you are watching, cause I see you looking from left to right, and I thought wow this man must have a really big screen.)
    As to the people who are thinking, yeah okay but if it's free it won't be that good, think again. I took a course in government organisation and teachers over there said, (teaching In Design and all of this stuff), it's free a free clone from photoshop but almost as worthy as the original. So there you are, use GIMP, you can do great stuff with it and…. teacher's tech hopefully will teach us all about it

  • August 8, 2019 at 14:36

    Hello, I was wondering if you could please point me in the right direction or maybe show how to add textures and fabrics to clothing in Gimp as can be done in PS using vector graphics.

  • August 8, 2019 at 14:36

    YES! Fittingly, I was just giving GIMP a vague look last week and wondering if it was worth learning. You, sir, provide a stellar service to your viewers, always so easy to follow, thorough, and professional. Kudos.

  • August 8, 2019 at 14:36

    Another great video Jamie, thank you.
    I have seen some of the demo's that have been done with Gimp and they truly are impressive. The use of layers is what make this type of program so powerful in my opinion.
    On a lighter note, I thought you Canadians said "Zed" and not "Zee"……..Is it us Brits that talk funny or the Americans..Tomartoes – Tomaytoes ๐Ÿ™‚

  • August 8, 2019 at 14:36

    Love your videos, so much information always have to watch twitch but you really break everything down so much itโ€™s great!

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