natjo1986 Posted October 14, 2007 Share Posted October 14, 2007 This tutorial is available as a PDF. Click here to view or download it Even though thermal imaging does look different from this it does give it a look of thermal imaging. It fades from purple to red or fading from cold then to hot. To do this tutorial you will need to install the Gradient Mapping plugin. For any questions about the Gradient Mapping plug-in please consult that thread. [Images and text provided by @ReMake] 1. Open the image you wish to use. 2. Open Gradient Mapping (Adjustments -> Gradient Mapping). Then add the colors like the picture below. Go from Violet, Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange, and Red. Remember to spread the colors. 3. Click OK and you should have your finished product. You can use these settings as a preset. Unzip this file [ThermalImage.zip] it and place it to Documents -> paint.net User Files -> Effect Presets -> Gradient Mapping Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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