I have recently completed some work with the G'MIC team that I thought might be worth a post here as a heads up.
I have many film emulation presets that I've been working on for a while, and wanted to share with the GIMP community at large. The problem was finding the best way to package up these presets for everyone to use.
I started talking with the G'MIC team about it, and finally settled on packaging up the presets in G'MIC.
So, here is a just a small sample of what some of the presets look like (lowest strength setting):
Each of the different film emulations have multiple levels of strength that can be applied. Here are the same films as above, but at their highest strength setting:
The nice thing about pushing these presets out is that if you have a recent G'MIC installed, you already have access to all of these film emulation presets (just refresh your filters in G'MIC)!
The film emulations are currently broken down by type (and each type has different strengths).
Negative film stocks (Old):
Negative film stocks (Newer):
Consumer Instant Film:
Pro Instant Film:
More details and examples can be found at my post about the release here: