Blurring faces in pictures: GIMP

Many classroom interaction researchers struggle with blurring their participants’ faces in the images that will be used for publications and presentations.

I am sure there are thousands of easier ways, but I use GIMP, a free image editing software that works both on MAC and Windows. I created a gif explaining the process. I hope it helps.

Published by Olcay Sert

I am a senior lecturer and associate professor at Mälardalen University, School of Education, Culture and Communication (Sweden).

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