Gimp Script Showcase: Warming and Cooling Filter

I’ve talked about using solid color layers to warm or cool your photos, but there’s also a Gimp script out there if you’re not interested in going the Do-It-Yourself route. Plus it offers a few more options than just simple solid-color layers do. You can find the script here. Once again, if [...]

Gimp Script Showcase: National Geographic

I’ve been really excited to show you guys this script for a while, but writing this entry kept getting pushed back for various reasons (some of which I mentioned in my quick update last week). But, I’m finally getting around to it, and I hope you think it’s worth the wait. It’s all [...]

Gimp Script Showcase: 300 Movie

First off, I just wanted to mention that my Weekend Links post was not posted because Easter just kinda threw everything off. Expect lots’o’links this upcoming weekend.
Second, I’m going to go through the March Mono photos in the Monthly Themes group on flickr sometime this week, so if you haven’t yet uploaded all your [...]

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Easy ways to crop after rotating in Gimp

When I posted the entry about editing the boots photo, I got a few comments about how I rotated the image.
One of the things that has always bothered me about rotating images in Gimp is that I have to manually crop the image after in order to get rid of all the transparent pieces that [...]

Adding a Watermark in Gimp (via a Script)

A lot of people want to protect their images on the internet by adding a watermark – typically this is a logo or words with the photographers name, website or logo that’s somewhat transparent so you can see the image below it.
I think we know enough about layers at this point that you could all [...]

Filed under: Photo Editing