Skin retouching is an integral part of portrait photography.
The plugin uses an advanced form of frequency separation. It splits the image into multiple layers, each containing different sets of details. This gives you very fine tuned control over which details you want to smooth, and which to keep.
Sound complicated? Just load up the plugin and use the blur and smooth tools to make your skin shine. This simple script is a real time saver.
Its name describes exactly what it does: it duplicates a selection to another image file. Yes, but not as well.
The Duplicate to Another Image plugin has a whole lot more features. You can copy a selection onto a new image the same size as your original one, with the object in the same place, making it easy to change the background of an image. Or, you can copy to a new image, and crop it to size, when you want to isolate individual objects.
This collection of over scripts gives you a host of shortcuts for common image editing and graphic design tasks. You get a GIMP sketch plugin, a few scripts for sharpening photos or adding frames, and some for generating effects or emulating film stock.
Finally, the Nik Collection, the professional-class suite of photo editing programs. It gives you access to pro-level sharpening and noise reduction, color filters, HDR effects, and lots more. It truly takes GIMP to a new level.
First, the free version of the Nik Collection is no longer officially available. Second, you have to jump through a few hoops to get it working.
The plugins work with photo editing software, such as Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom. Here's how to get started.
It may appear under the Filters menu, or one of the submenus there. When you find a plugin you like, make sure you keep a copy of the downloaded file. You never know when it might disappear.
That, unfortunately, is the reality of working with GIMP plugins. Photoshop's content-aware fill first appeared as a third-party open-source plugin for the GIMP. While one certainly can't equate the two I have found GIMP works well for a broad array of digital imagery tasks Much of Photoshop's dominance has to do with the network effects of Adobe's ubiquitous ecosystem as much as the comprehensiveness of their tooling. Indeed it did, and that plugin was hard to configure and hard to use.
Now all works almost fine. There is some errors with resinthesizer style and heal plug-in which I reported to the developer.
Looks like the latest version is 2. Would anyone be willing to compile the plugin for Windows?
You unpack the zip and pop the resynthesizer. Use a smaller radius value if the object you wish to remove is in a congested space. You signed out in another tab or window. Tobias Tobias November 22, , pm 4. Nov 11, 5 GIMP 2.
I have kept these for Windows users for some time, often get questions about the old version 1. Might help someone.
For a heal-selection. I do not use the other python scripts so never got round to fixing them. No problem at all.