The Gimpâ€™s menu structure and naming conventions had been a constant source of frustration for me because I was so used to Photoshop. So, I did what any hardcore graphics geek would have done. I hacked GIMPshop together. Itâ€™s a proof of concept and itâ€™s a little buggy, so donâ€™t expect too much.[..] My original purpose for GIMPshop was to make the Gimp accessible to the many Adobe Photoshop users out there. I hope Iâ€™ve done that. And maybe along the way, I can convert a Photoshop pirate into a Gimp user. If youâ€™ve never used Photoshop before, you may not appreciate my GIMPshop hack. What Iâ€™ve done is renamed and reorganized GIMPâ€™s tools, options, windows, and menus to closely resemble Adobe Photoshopâ€™s menu structure and naming conventions. Many of the menu options and even whole menus were recreated to faithfully reproduce a Photoshop-like experience. After running my GIMPshop hack, youâ€™ll find that Photoshop and the GIMP are strikingly similar.
So if you use PhotoShop, you might want to check this out.
Wouldn’t it be nice not to spend hundreds of dollars on this kind of thing?