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Specular Difference

This plugin is for isolating specular light in a scene. It uses two photographs of the scene, one with specular light filtered by a polariser and the other allowing it through. The former is subtracted from the latter to leave mostly specular light.

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:

Cross Processing (Xpro)

 

Cross Processing Images in the Gimp

This script adds a cross processing effect to an image following the procedure developed by Jesús David and documented on his blog: http://www.jesusda.com/blog/index.php?id=375

More details on the script can be found at http://www.cardinalpeak.com/blog/?p=732

Example of image before cross processing:

Debanding

Reduces high ISO banding, blue haze and somewhat chroma noise. Intended for images produced by Olympus gear on higher ISO settings, could be useful on images from other companies. It's fast, but alters colors, lightning of the scene in a dodge-burn fashion. New version adds Gaussian blur on Y, Cr & Cb channels, which can be used separately.

When saving script please remove ending '.txt' extension, and make sure script is marked as executable.

Maths and Islamic Art & Design

Islamic art history is rich with geometric patterns and color.
The art certainly have many applications, whether in religious projects and what the formal plan can be used.

Shellout

This is the new and improved XNView plugin.

Updated to V 0.7 to fix a bug when saving the files files in a format other than png

This python script will call an external program, providing the active layer or a new from visible layer to this external program via a temp file. Once the external program is completed, it should save/overwrite the orignal temp file which gets pulled back in to gimp.

This was initially developed to use photoshop plugins under XNView since pspi support is more or less broken in the latest versions of gimp.

B&P Simple Button 01

[UPDATE: 2012 APR 29]~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Plugin was updated to work with Gimp 2.7+
Visit home page for details.
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A simple web button generator for GIMP.
Built and tested with GIMP 2.6.

Requires a Python module for GIMP.

Generate a simple beveled web button using a set of parameters: dimensions, color, text, button states etc.

Download and full description on the home page:
Home page: bytes-and-pixels.com

Example:

B&P Glossy Button 02

[UPDATE: 2012 APR 29]~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Plugin was updated to work with Gimp 2.7+
Visit home page for details.
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A glossy Web 2.0 style button generator for GIMP.
Built and tested with GIMP 2.6.

Requires a Python module for GIMP.

Generate a glossy button using a set of parameters: dimensions, color, text, button states etc.

Download and full description on the home page:
Home page: bytes-and-pixels.com

Example:

B&P Word Art

[UPDATE: 2012 APR 29]~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Plugin was updated to work with Gimp 2.7+
Visit home page for details.
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This plugin creates random text art based on a variety of settings. Pretty useful for backgrounds, packaging, whatever.

Download and full description on the home page.

Home page: bytes-and-pixels.com

Example:

Sharp Blur

From the script site "http://www.complang.tuwien.ac.at/schani/sharpblur/":

The purpose of this script is to blur an image while retaining its edges. While this may seem like a contradiction, it really is not: sharp edges get preserved while soft edges are discarded.

The main area of application for this script has been the retouching of bad scans, but it has many other areas of use.

Originally created by Mark Probst, Ported from 2.0 to 2.6 by Lennart Rolland.

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