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Color Grading

Color Grading plug-in, creates a cine image look based on user input. For a
contemporary image look, use complimentary colors in shadows and
highlights. It is also preferable to be used on a somewhat neutral image
(ie pre white balanced) for best control of the final result. If it's
not a raw image balance it before with Color Balance 2.

See samples:
Original:

After Color Grading filter:

Rore's split-toning

This GIMP script is a slightly modified implementation of Rore's split-toning technique here: http://gimp-tutorials.net/GIMP-split-toning-tutorial

Curveloader

This is a plugin to load GIMP curves via script-fu (or other scripting language). The plugin returns arrays with the curve values for use with
gimp-curves-spline or gimp-curves-explicit

Cross-Process (Python version with options)

OK - so I saw this plugin today:
Cross Processing (Xpro) http://registry.gimp.org/node/25007
Which is based on this excellent tutorial by jEsuSdA: http://www.jesusda.com/blog/index.php?id=375

After running through the tutorial, I decided to write another version of the plug-in with a few options.

This plug-in requires Python. If you have the 'Filters->Python-Fu->Console' menu item you are all set. If not, install Python support for GIMP.
The plugin can be found under Filters>Artistic>Cross-Process. Don't forget to make the plugin executable.

Options:

CMY Skin Tone Adjust

[updated 11/28/2011 be 2.7 compatible- A HUGE thank you to François Collard for providing the update.]
Another simple, but I hope useful, color toning automation script designed to assist in adjusting flesh tones in portraits. It doesn't do anything that you couldn't do on your own a few other ways, but if you like fiddling with the complexion of subjects in portraits, and like me, you are a tad lazy, you might find it helpful.

FIL 1.7.2


FIL (Film Imitation Lab) is a powerful script for old photo simulation. FIL has a modular architecture and can use binary extension (plugins).

Current version: v1.7.2 (June 14th 2013).

Features:

Lab curves for GIMP

Basically it is not a plugin. It is a small standalone program in C++ and a wrapper script for seemless integration into GIMP.

It allows to alter an image with 16 bit L*a*b* curves with preview. You call it like a script from gimp. The image is send to that program, you play with the L*a*b* curves and when you save the altered image is send back and everything is cleaned up...

More information here: http://www.mm-log.com/lab-curves-gimp

greets mike

HDR (High Dynamic Range) with tone mapping

This script helps you making a HDR image by three different exposures.
This script blends three different exposures of the same scene, it combines them to get the best parts of the images.

This procedure works best if you:

Colour-match Win32 binary

Windows binary for this new plugin by Arel Welgan.

Source has been fixed for Windows compilation by Samj. Plugin no longer crashes under Windows.

Please note that all comments below, prior to Nov 28 2009 are related to another build not to this
that seems working well with RGB and RGBA images

Extract colour-match.exe from the ZIP archive and copy it to your c:\Documents and Settings\[user name]\.gimp-2.6\plug-ins\

(As Windows compilation by Samj was perfect, I kept it in the archive. Mine was several bytes larger...)

Colour Match

Easily map colours from a source colour to a target colour. Very effective for matching skin tones across images or between people.

Relatively quick (but not earth shattering). It doesn't work with grayscale or indexed images. Has preview, works with selections and layers, etc. Very, easy to use, and quite useful for portraits or recolouring graphics.

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