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Script-Fu

The original scripting extension.

GIMP Labels

GIMP Labels has a (fairly small) list of common label templates (from Avery and others) to help in using GIMP to print address labels, business cards, CD labels etc.

labels.scm gives you:

Xtns/Misc/Labels/Rect label...
Create a new image with the right aspect ratio for one label.

Filters/Combine/Make label page...
Once one label is created, duplicate it as many times as desired to make a full sheet (only US-letter currently supported) of labels.

Xtns/Misc/Labels/CD label...
Create a new image sized for a full or mini CD label.

Filters/Render/CD mask...

Pandora

Pandora simplifies the process of stitching together a sequence of panorama images.

Load all the panorama pieces (in order) as layers inside an image (suggestion: make a new image then "Open as Layers" and select all the files). Then run Filters->Combine->Make Panorama.

You still have to do the detailed matching by hand, but Pandora calculates the needed image size, moves all the layers to approximately the right position and creates appropriate layer masks for fading each image into the next.

Line Border - panorama

Generate a border for a panorama image.

It is installed under Filters/Decor/Borders.

Example:

Plugin dialog:

Changelog:
08.10.2008 - v1.2

  • CHANGE: Fixed to work with gimp 2.6

Line Border

A script to create a border around an image. Border can contains additional lines (inner and outer). Size of lines and distance to image/border can be set independently. The bottom border can be extended and can contains text. There is no auto extension according to text size. The text is always in the middle of the bottom border.

(based on Eg-Border.scm script)

NOTE: I've created a new version in python and this version have much more functionality and uses own dialog, so it fits to screen ;-) Check it at: http://registry.gimp.org/node/24784.

Shadows and Highlights

This plugin does a pretty good job of eliminating shadows and highlights in photographs. It gives you two layers that basically act like adjustment layers, and changing the opacity will alter the effect.

Digital Infrared

Simulate a B&W infrared image

Tutorial:
http://epaperpress.com/psphoto/
http://www.gimpguru.org/Tutorials/SimulatedInfrared/

Updated to work with Gimp 2.8.

DRI (Dynamic Range Extension)

Implement a DRI (Dynamic Range Extension)

Input image with three layers:
Upper layer: Darker Image ((under)exposed for highlights)
Middle layer: Correctly exposed Image
Lower layer: Lighter Image ((over)exposed for shadows)

Tutorial: http://www.gimpguru.org/Tutorials/BlendingExposures/

Updated to work with Gimp 2.8.

Shadow recovery

Recover image information in dark parts, results will be saved as additional layers

Updated to work with Gimp 2.8.

Black&White

Implement several different black and white conversions including color filters

More information:

http://epaperpress.com/psphoto/
http://www.thelightsrightstudio.com

Updated to work with Gimp 2.8.

Duotone simulation

Simulate several Duo- and Tritones (like sepia)

Tutorial: http://www.gimp.org/tutorials/Sepia_Toning/

Updated to work with Gimp 2.8.

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