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Colors and grain

This is a very simple script for method of image processing othen used by myself - splitting picture into a two assembled layers: colors and grain. This gives us a very lot of capabilities of changing picture without making a hard artefacts inside it.

You can read more about the script, with a sample of use here:
http://leoblog.ru/?Proekty:Pesni_pro_grafiku:Skript_dlya_GIMP_avtomatizi...

p.s. i'm also add a second version - for a slow machines; it do same thing, but by the little diffrent way.

Double HSV Film Grain

Version 0.9.6

Just getting this up, so the description will be short for now. Double HSV Film Grain was originally a work-around that simulates Photoshop's film grain filter. It has become more than that, though. Simple to use, it has a few features that go beyond simple noise filters. There is the option to either compress the layers down to the original, or keep the three separate working layers to be manipulated individually. There is also an option to limit the working layers to just two noise layers.

Still testing it for bugs, so any input would be appreciated.

Noise Generator 0.2.5 Windows 32 binary

A Windows 32 version of noise-generator-0.2.5, another great plugin by Marcor.
Without console window (compiled with LDFLAGS=-mwindows).

Film Grain

This script adds a realistic film grain effect to a black and white or toned image. To install, copy the attached file to GIMP/share/gimp/2.0/scripts. The larger the file you are running it on, the larger the value you should have for Strength. The value for Sharpness depends on your preferences, but I usually start at 1 and go from there. The lower the value, the sharper the noise.

Film Grain Script

This is a script which simulates the typical film grain of high ISO pictures. I scripted exactly this description:
http://www.gimpguru.org/Tutorials/FilmGrain/
Copy it into the scripts folder from GIMP, you will find it then under Filters -> Generic -> Film Grain.

Lomo Script with Old Style Colors

This script simulates the Lomo effect.
Copy it into the scripts folder from GIMP, you will find it then under Filters -> Light and Shadow -> Lomo.

Add Film Grain

Add adding realistic film grain to BW images

Description for PS: http://www.outbackphoto.com/workflow/wf_95/essay.html

Updated to work with Gimp 2.8.

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