This script tries to fix the tone of a photo taken with wrong exposure. In some landscape photos, it can have a nice effect of enhancing the colors.
The general idea is to produce different copies of the image at different gamma levels, then applying simple tone mapping techniques to produce a vibrant photo.
The script allows the user to control the number of copies by setting the lowest and highest gamma setting then the interval. For example lowest=20, highest=170, interval=10 results to (170-20)/10 = 15 copies with increasing gamma level from 0.2 to 1.7. Play around!
This script adds every single layer to the background.
Every layer matched with the background is saved by the name of the layer in a directory called with the name of the image.
A set of gradients for toning B&W photos. New are multi-colored toning gradients (thanks Ron Antonishen for the conversion script), and 3 Albubum print gradients. Instructions for use are in the README file.
This script will resize an image for printing, specifically it changes the pixels per inch setting and resizes the canvas. I did this so I could "resize" an image to have a full frame print. A white border will be created to pad the "short" edge.
I'm happy to announce that I just switched over registry.gimp.org, the well-known name for this site :) Thanks to everybody who already copied the content and if you haven't done, yet, please do as soon as possible!
Please note that if the name doesn't work for you right now, please wait a few hours, it might still be cached by your name-server. The new registry is of course available as gimp-registry.fargonauten.de, as before.