>Best is to use GIMP yourself for a while, to look on the Web, at the
>GIMP plugin registry, at examples (e.g. deviantart.com has a lot of
>user-submitted work done with GIMP)...
>It all depends on what you're doing.
>I especially like The Artist's Guide to GIMP for a tutorial-based
>approach. I was recently sent a copy of "The Book of GIMP: A complete
>guide to nearly everything" which is much fatter and somewhat more up
>date than Beginning GIMP, but it might be too close to what you
>There's probably also a "national bestseller" book of the movie "Pulp
>Fiction" which describes a different, but not unrelated, GIMP :-)
I'm interested in photography. Everything about Gimp and photography. I know
that exist the book "Gimp 2.6 for photographers", but is it the only book
that cover this area?
marciomendonsa (via www.gimpusers.com/forums)
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