With this script is easy to create gradients that they simulate a sunset or a natural landscape. You take a photo panoramic, it selects a thin vertical strip and it rotates it in counter-clockwise direction. You read the maximum width of the image and insert it (width / 2) like number of segments in the dialog box of the plugin.
Examples of images created with the plugin
On the left original photo, to right the gradient.
The script removes the blue/purple fringe found in digital camera pictures.
This script came out of necessity, when laborious and tedious work for fixing a large set of images became too much! It's certainly not perfect, but it does do a really decent job for a hands-off approach!
Version 1.1 (2009 June 18)
Fixed some blotchiness found in overblown areas
Cleared bright areas instead of value invert for better recoloring
This script removes the timestamp imprinted on photos by digital cameras.
A friend had more than 400 photos with such a timestamp so I tried to get rid of it in a fast way. The script is a little quick'n'dirty but in most cases it's doing the job just fine. Better than I thought in the first place...
select the area with the timestamp (manually but optional)
select the color of the timestamp in your selection
add alpha channel to layer (transparent background)
Create shadowed thumbnail is a GIMP scrit which allow you to create a thumbnail preview of an image with a shadow effect.
For questions o r suggestions you can write to author mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This script is part of a tutoria which is an introduction to scripting in GIMP. You can find the article (in ITALIAN language) at
web page at http://www.brainspace.it/?p=136