Palettes Dock -> Menu -> Palettes Menu -> Import Kuler palette...
This plug-in requires Python. Also, make sure that the .py file is executable! If you have already installed previous version of the plug-in, you must remove the old version.
Should now correctly handle RGB and La*b* palettes. Also, basic support is there for CMYK palettes - however, the CMYK conversion is not 100% accurate. One or more of your RGB values may be 1 less than what is specified in the Kuler interface.
dechroma is a simple but effective chroma noise reduction tool. Chroma noise appears usually in high ISO photographs. The method used in this script allows to reduce noise but does not affect details. It decomposes the picture in the LAB channels, blurs the chroma noise on the red and blue channels, and recomposes the picture. The default settings of the blur radius should be appropriate for general uses, but can be change. It's probably safer to apply primarily dechroma on selections to avoid some red or blue smears on transitions.
This plugin generates a depthmap out of two stereoscopic images.
Install it with:
gimptool-2.0 --install elsamuko-depthmap.c
Then open the two images as layers in GIMP and start the plugin under Filters -> Map -> Depthmap.
This script is nother in a series of planet makers. This one makes a banded gas giant. There can be anywhere from one to 20 bands in the planet. Each band is an equal height, and has Plasma noise rendered in it. Each layer is then motion blurred. The result is then mapped onto a sphere, and gaussian blurred to make the edges nice and fuzzy.
The script is useful to work on the two images of stereo pairs using the gimp, after handling the two images as separate layers during editing, this script can be used to convert two layers back into one stereo image.
This script converts two equal sized layers being positioned above each other, into one stereo image with the two former layers positioned next to each other:
1. the user choses one of two piled layers to be moved to the right of the other layer
2. the script repositions the chosen layer next to the right border of the other layer
This script generates a pattern like the one shown in the attached png. The size of the image can be anywhere from 300x300 to 3000x3000. The pattern can be symmetric, or it can be weighted to have longer sides on one side. The color of the lines in selectable. I'm not sure what this can be used for, but it does make a nice pattern that can be tiled. Enjoy!