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Intro to Image Manipulation and Digital Art with GIMP

Next session on Jul 2, 2022

Hosted by Erik U

This series is part of Schoolhouse Summer Camp. Explore Summer Camp

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What is GIMP? GIMP stands for GNU Image Manipulation Program. It is like Photoshop, but free and open source.
In this short series, I'll teach you how to use some of the tools of GIMP (and some aspects of image manipulation in general), and each of us will create a project to present to the group.
You'll need to have GIMP installed; download it here:
Alternatively, you can use the free and online Photopia:
which is similar. Note that I will be using GIMP, and it will be best if you can use it as well.


Office hours are optional, but I expect you to join the two other sessions.


June 25 - July 2


16 / 30

Total Sessions


About the Tutor

Hi, I'm Erik. I am here to help you with Math - whether that is understanding a challenging concept, preparing for an exam, or working through homework problems. I scored a 5 on the AP BC Calculus exam, and a 790 on the Math section of the SAT. When I am not learning, you might find me painting, birdwatching, biking, programming, reading, or working on solving some problem. I love learning about Math and Computer Science, and enjoy helping others learn these subjects as well.

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