Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by cgeorgemo, Oct 2, 2016.
Today I learned how to do this.
GIMP has a lot of cool features. Have fun learning what it can do!
You forgot to b/w the grass showing thru the front window and on the bumper reflection.
I use it myself, fun tool. Here's a little something something I was making for one of our promo flyers with the program. (*Still in process, so not fine-tuned yet.) Click the "Colors" then "Threshold" and play around with the limits, go back and fill in with white or black to fine tune the image.
All of my photochopping is done with gimp. I like it more than adobe to be honest.
I'm not really happy with the B/W results that I got.
I'm going to play around with some other methods to convert it to B/W and see if they look any better.
Check out photoscape if that's the kind of editing you want to do. I run both photoscape and gimp to build advertisements for my shop, and to show customers what their own personal rigs can look like with the upgrades they're thinking of doing.
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