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Gimp Tutorial: How to Create a Graduated Filter Using Layers

As we have said before Gimp has evolved into an extremely powerful tool for photographers, having many of the features contained in itís payware cousin, Photoshop. Today we are going to take a look at one of those features, layers and as before, the best way to do this is by doing something constructive, in this case adding a graduated filter to an image with a dull sky. Read tutorial here

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