Micahel Grosberg wrote:
> I believe Gimp's target audience should be the home user and amateur
photographer, and future development in this direction should take
precedence over features for the professional artist.
First of all, sorry by the "caveman's english".
I'm a professional artist and I change from Photoshop to Gimp just because
it contains the best tool kit to make my work each time better and
efficient, so in the "mission statement", i think it must include guys like
About the road map:
I've entered in the developers mailing list just about now and my intent is
help like a "Beta tester" and help with videos and tutorials. I'm very
interested in the Gimp Gap tools. Improve the Onionskin and the main
interface of Gap (wich are the most important things to the traditional
animator and they doesn't actually works).
Other thing, the "pop ups" in the transform tools some times are very
annoying, i think must be another solution for them.
congratulations for this great software!
2007/10/26, Alexander Rabtchevich <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> Micahel Grosberg wrote:
> > I believe Gimp's target audience should be the home user and amateur
> photographer, and future development in this direction should take
> precedence over features for the professional artist.
> Could I object? Currently GIMP is one and the only potential free OS
> tool for real graphic amateurs and professionals. As more and more
> people buys DSLRs the amount of users who need high quality tool for
> photo retouching increases. That can be added by the people who leaves
> Windows for Linux.
> And the others who can, but do not want to use this particular tool can
> use _many_ other simplier solutions. Dis I say Krita or F-Spot or..?
> With respect
> Alexander Rabtchevich
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