All Activity

This stream auto-updates     

  1. Today
  2. Thanks! So there may be a way to run a similar batch/bulk image + filter processing from a command line within IrfanView!?
  3. Oops! I think that in using the grayscale to RBG example; that flying_chair presented; adding 50 to 66% transparentcy to each layer before merging to a single layer and then turn the opacity of the single layer up to 100% is the solution. I hope that you have save to a PDN so that you can test this. I must admit that I have not tested this. Sergey Prokudin-Gorsky was using transparencies also, but his was photographic film transparencies.
  4. Very nice images! Love the Easter images and the texture in the stitching too.
  5. Wow, Stem Cell is stunning! Love the texture of the stem cells as well as the background. They look very mechanical and like they took a long time to make.
  6. Thank you @welshblue your comments are always appreciated! New image on the first page!
  7. To do what? Why would you invert the colors for an RGB composition?
  8. In G'MIC, go to code[local] or code[global], and type in input_glob "file_location_without_spaces_anywhere" _effect o "file_location_without_spaces_in_filename_or_file_location" _effect is the command or filter command name you want to use You need to learn about G'MIC scripting to do this though.
  9. Thanks guys, I'll do some peeking around about batch effects processing and see what I can find.
  10. RGB has to be inverted to its complements of Cyan,Yellow, and Magenta
  11. Yesterday
  12. Since my coding with C++ for Krita isn't working out, I decided to go back and script for G'MIC plugin again. Latest commit for G'MIC. Basically replicates Paint.NET fragment blur, and enables more options than default Paint.NET fragment blur. This is also going to be used for replicating PS Emboss. ----- EDIT: Inspired by @ReMake , I ended up doing a version of Emboss+ with 9 options for G'MIC. This one is using LAB color space mode, periodic wrap-around, and freeze blending mode.
  14. Hi there I have 3 b&w versions of an image, each taken through a red, green, or blue filter. I have gotten to the stage where I have isolated the RGB channels. This is what it looks like so far: However, I am unable to combine the layers in such a way that a colourful end image is produced. This is what the result looks like: Could anyone please help me to produce a colour image? I am trying to emulate what Sergey Prokudin-Gorsky did.
  15. These two phrases below give the answer to your question (bold italics mine).
  16. Ok, but it takes like 3 seconds to zoom-in, adjust, and zoom-out again. Not even exaggerating here. Not to say that being able to type in the number wouldn't be useful.
  17. I tested it, it doesn't always seem to work with 100% or less with the contrast factor. I'm surprised it doesn't use convolution as I thought it would.
  18. what I suggest is workaround only get photofiltre 6.5.3 - it is old, no longer developed, but free photo editor and it has some awesome functions. To test it, download the portable zipped version - use plugin that other app to open photofiltre with it - make rectangle selection (any size) , right click on the selected area, a menu appears - go to manual setting and enter dimensions, okay it - right click again and click on first option in the menu and chose color of border and okay it. The selection changes to rectangle (sorry if my description of photofiltre options is not precise I only have czech version) Off topic: Photofiltre also has polygonal selection and you can store and reuse selections. And I just love the Photomasque function for making frames
  19. Works fine for me. Which settings are you using?
  20. I just get completely black images with 4.1.6, dll v1.2
  21. Following on from @lynxster4 I executed the same technique to create this result. Top plugin @ReMake
  22. Happy Easter to Everyone! Playing with GMIC: A little @ReMake's new PS Emboss+ and TGA:
  23. I still find precise sizing of lines or shapes very frustrating. Ego's suggestion to grab corner and use arrows is sometimes useful, but actually lines and shapes change size in increments of up to 3px depending on zoom level. I really want precise sizes to 1px. The only way I can do this is to keep moving the mouse until it is correct. This frequently fails and I have to start again. Any improvements in precise sizing of lines and shapes would be welcome
  1. Load more activity