=== by Bob Sutherland ===
A lesson on how to resize a digital photograph using Gimp software for Linux, Windows and Macintosh computers.
GIMP = GNU Image Manipulation Program.
GIMP is a drawing, illustration and photo editing program that was developed as an open source project on Linux computers. Free download versions of the program are available for Linux, Windows and Macintosh computers.
The following are screenshot images I captured of my Macintosh computer screen as I worked through the process of resizing a digital photograph. I do not have a Windows or Linux computer to test those versions of the software.
The first step is to start up the Gimp application and open a file that contains a photograph. There are many different ways you can accomplish this task.
On a Macintosh computer you may find the Gimp.app icon in the Dock at the bottom or side of your screen. You should find the Gimp.app among all your application icons displayed by the Launchpad. Alternatively you can look for the Gimp program in the Applications folder on your hard disk.