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Gimp IDE

Simple GIMP IDE.

In fact, Gimp IDE is a simple text editor with syntax highlighting, with the ability to run the script.
Simple dialog allow you to create plug-in based on you script.

Perhaps fills a gap between conventional designer who can copy-paste from the web page, but can not edit and save script as plug-in.

In feature i plan create mini plug-in repository in internet with simple lifecycle as:

1) Select plug-in from menu (content menu is list of plug-ins on server).
2) Plug-in automaticaly download from server and run

Separate Luminance

FX-Foundry/Color/Separate Luminance...

Creates two new layers: one containing the Luminance, and the other the Chroma information in the form of a Grain Merge. Optionally, it will color-enhance (maximize saturation in) the Chroma layer while still keeping it luminance-neutral.

This allows you to do noise-reduction and sharpening on the two layers separately.

Gutenprint for windows

Gutenprint plugin for windows.
Gutenprint - enhanced print plug-in for the GIMP image editor.

Add Rule Of Thirds guides

Add simple "Rule of Thirds" guides in GIMP.

This plug-in is so simple, it might also be useful as a python-fu template.

Bump Text - Watermark

Generates watermark by bump mapping the selected layer with the specified input text. Uses the bump mapping technique found here: http://www.gimp.org/tutorials/The_Basics/

dechroma

dechroma is a simple but effective chroma noise reduction tool. Chroma noise appears usually in high ISO photographs. The method used in this script allows to reduce noise but does not affect details. It decomposes the picture in the LAB channels, blurs the chroma noise on the red and blue channels, and recomposes the picture. The default settings of the blur radius should be appropriate for general uses, but can be change. It's probably safer to apply primarily dechroma on selections to avoid some red or blue smears on transitions.

gimp2css

This is rather old stuff, I was looking for an easy way to create html templates in an easy but open source kind of way. It is a perl-fu plugin for Gimp which allows you to draw your template as a multi-layered image, then automatically export it to html + individual png files. It was originally written for Gimp v.1, but it seems to work fine with Gimp v.2

# AUTHOR: Michael K. Nacos
# LICENSE: GPL (http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html)
# DESCRIPTION: perl-fu plugin for gimp which converts a multi-layered
# image to an html template + corresponding png images

diana-holga2

Description: This script-fu for The Gimp is an attempt to simulate the Diana/Holga Toys Cameras effect.

The dialog window / La fenêtre de dialogue:

Last version and tutorial: Last version can be found at:
http://www.vide.memoire.free.fr/photo/textes/contrefacons/diana-holga2d.scm
A tutorial (in french) and examples of use can be seen at:
http://www.vide.memoire.free.fr/photo/textes/contrefacons/contrefacons.php

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