On Tue, 7 Aug 2007 16:39:00 -0400
"Bhavin Suthar" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hello All,
> I was evaluating GIMP and found below article about Adobe and GIMP
> I was mainly concerned about below statements
> If you use Photoshop to create artwork for print, then you can forget about
> replacing it with GIMP for now, as GIMP supports only RGB colour. CMYK
> support is due to be added, but for now it's not available.
> So can free software really compete with Photoshop? For the vast majority of
> ordinary users the short answer is certainly 'yes'. However, for graphics
> professionals — that is, Photoshop's target market — the answer has to be a
> resounding 'no'.
1. You can get a Gimpl Plug-in for cmyk, try
2. Do you really need to make cmyk plates?
> Can someone tell me the truth behind this? Does this also mean that if you
> write text on image (like your jpeg Canon photos) then they can't be printed
3. Well what happened when you tried? Does your canon printer print rgb images?
Then that rgb image with added text is still an rgb image!
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