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Advanced Tone Mapping

Based on Tone mapping script. If you want to see some examples of what my script does, please read my blog post about the Advanced Tone Mapping script.

There are four parameters for Advanced Tone Mapping script: Gaussian blur, Opacity of blurred layer, Opacity of Merged layer, Copies of merged layer:


Script to make rectangular array from active selection within image.
Script update to gimp 2.6



Renders a barcode image - either stand-alone or in a floating selection.

Screenshots and download:

Collect Layers

This script collects layers from open images and puts them into a new image.
This is useful if you open a couple of images at once from an external program like digikam or similar and want to e.g. average layers (-> see my Average Layer plugin).

You find it here: Xtns/Python-Fu/Layers/Collect Layers

Average Layer

This script is intended for a series of photographs with (on each photgraph different) unwanted objects on it, e.g. a large place with moving people.

Tone mapping

It reduces global contrast in images while increasing local contrast and shadow/highlight detail. Use this to make your images "pop."

Split tone

Uses one colour for the highlights and another for the shadows. The following photo was created using the default colours:

Split tone - before

Split tone - after


This Shadow&Highlight script does a decent job of lightening shadows and/or darken highlights in photographs. The UI gives you five control sliders. Two for control of the Shadow and Highlight amount (opacity), two for the tonal width of each contrast mask layer (using gamma), and one for the blur radius of the masks. Plus the option to flatten visible layers when done.

Midnight Sepia Effect

A Gimp script-fu that gives a Midnight Sepia effect as described
1. Create a duplicate of the first Layer
2. Apply a Gaussian Blur on the top Layer
3. Use Hue/Saturation
Check the Colorize Option
4. Change the Blending Mode to Multiply
5. Flatten the Image
6. Duplicate the Layer
7. Change the Blending Mode to Screen
8. Flatten the Image
9. Duplicate the Layer
10. Change the Blending Mode to Screen
11. Adjust the Opacity to taste

Roy Lichtenstein Effect

A script-fu script that adds the "Roy Lichtenstein" effect to an image
Adapted from tutorial by Funadium at

I have re-submitted the attachment so that it works for Gimp 2.6


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