Bernard 't Hooft
Gimp& Nik Collection integration, professional photo editing
Udemy doesn't allow free courses to be updated anymore, so for my LATEST 7-hour Gimp 2.10 course, you can use the link to my new YouTube channel. To get to the link, click on my Instructor picture (you will see a hand if you hold your mouse above my image) to get to my 'INSTRUCTOR' page. Now you will see at the right a 'YouTube' button. If you click on it, you are brought to my new YouTube channel with the latest Gimp 2.10 lectures!
Hi, my name is Bernard 't Hooft. I have a passion for photo editing, and a passion for GIMP, the free and open source photo editing program. I have over 15 years of experience with professional photo editing, and teach photo editing with GIMP at the VolksUniversiteit in the Netherlands. Now I have gathered my knowledge into four great GIMP courses.
Really useful if you already use gimp. I like the PS CS look and feel and layout.
Perhaps if you're very new to using anything FOSS( Free Open Source software), and/or photo editing in general. You may gleen a little information form this video.
However, if you know what you're doing reasonably well. This course is not for you. Even if you know nothing about GIMP. Google would serve you better.
yes very clear
clear instructions, good graphics, audio quality. I do find it frustrating having to set up lots of software for instructions in general. I would suggest starting with a preset model/s and creating the fun stuff initially,... or creating a macros type function to preset IT software. Students typically don't have a lot of money or time. Once students have experience with the creative elements of IT work, they will be more motivated to learn more complicated aspects of IT work. I have spent numerous hours on research and reformating, due to the dynamic nature of software versions are changing all the time. Not everyone has the same support or circumstance to enable more development of the industry. Diversifying methodology will revolutionize outcomes... some of natures most amazing synergies and symmetries are built on simple formula... look at fractals.