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GMP is a photo editor,which is good but not as good as photoshop. while inkscape is a vector graphic program, like coreldraw which I was using before, and inkscape is stell good but not as good as coreldraw
It was difficult choosing between Gimp, Inkscape, and Blender. Seems like Gimp development has been working unusually hard lately, and I'm especially please with the recent addition of single-window mode. Likewise, Blender did a lot of great work in the 2.5 release, and plus there is so much community activity around it and great art being produced. I tried Inkscape recently and really liked it for vector art and creating SVG images.
I have to vote for Gimp -- great for working on image files. Most often I'm trying to resize, crop, or sharpen, and it always does the job!
Since most of what I do is PDFs, I do use my PDF Studio 7 (editor) to put all kinds of image files together into a single document, capture parts of an image to past somewhere else, and to 'stamp' images onto pages, and even to output my pages (sometimes mixed text with graphics) into image files.
2/10: Editing this to tone down my enthusiasm. I really meant that I do the graphical editing of images in gimp, and I use PDF Studio 7 for converting to/from images and for cropping and collaging images into a smaller portable format for sharing.
Last edited by PDF_Susan; 02-10-2012 at 06:44 PM.
Reason: tone down the seeming commercial
...Since most of what I do is PDFs, I do use my favorite PDF editor (<some_link>) to put all sorts of image files together into a single document, to move things around, capture parts of an image to past somewhere else, and to 'stamp' images onto pages, and even to output my pages (sometimes mixed tezt with graphics) into image files.
Am I off or is this just an SEO post for the sake of the link?