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Tutorials > Using Actions to Automate Tasks in Photoshop While Adobe Photoshop has a host of automation tools, one of the most versatile and powerful of them is called an action. In fact, some of the other automation commands, such as batches and droplets, derive their functionality from actions. An action is like a macro or script; however, while scripts have a reputation for being confusing and difficult, actions are very easy to create. If you know how to use Photoshop, you know most of what you need to create your own actions. For example, let's say that you have 100 digital photos that you'd like to post on the Internet. MainPage - gimp-plugin-insanebump - Main content page - Gimp Plug-in InsaneBump converted and improved from python script This is the main repository for the source code for the Gimp plug-in InsaneBump. This is a C language version of the Insane Bump plugin. I have converted the Python code to a C language program and all the needed libraries and tools to do so. I have improved upon this program by adding an AO adjustment and 5 Preview panes. This is the sixth release.

Photoflow by aferrero2707 A fully non-destructive photo retouching program providing a complete RAW image editing workflow Project maintained by aferrero2707Hosted on GitHub Pages — Theme by mattgraham Contributors: Dariusz Duma (G+, blog, PPA): packager, blogger and beta testerJoermungand (G+, AUR): packager and beta testerOlivier Samyn (homepage, COPR): packager and beta testerAndreas Katifes (G+): beta tester, tutorial maker and motivation boosterPatrick depoix (G+): French translator Index:

G'MIC - GREYC's Magic for Image Computing: A Full-Featured Open-Source Framework for Image Processing G'MIC is focused on the design of possibly complex pipelines for converting, manipulating, filtering and visualizing generic 1d/2d/3d multi-spectral image datasets. This includes of course color images, but also more complex data as image sequences or 3d(+t) volumetric float-valued datasets. To do so, G'MIC defines a lightweight but powerful script language (the G'MIC language) dedicated to the design of image processing operators and pipelines.

StippleGen: Weighted Voronoi stippling and TSP paths in Processing One of the perennial problems that we come across in a variety of contexts, including CNC artwork and producing artwork for the Egg-Bot, is the difficulty of creating good-quality toolpaths– i.e., vector artwork representing halftones –when starting from image files. One of the finest solutions that we’ve ever come across is Adrian Secord’s algorithm, which uses an iterative relaxation process to optimize a weighted Voronoi diagram, producing a set of points (stipples) that can closely approach the appearance of a traditional stipple drawing. Another important technique is “TSP art,” where the image is represented by a single continuous path. You can generate a path like this by connecting all of the dots in a stipple diagram.

Insane Bump This is a normal map generator from a single image, originally created by omaremad. Load a single layer picture, then choose filters/map/insanebump..., tweak the details, then hit OK. The normal/height/ambiend/specular maps for the picture will be created within the folder where the original picture resides. The script produces different files within the original image's directory: the _n is the normal map, the _s is the specular, the _d is the diffusion (just the color) the _a is the ambiend occlusion the _h is the displacement (or height map) Rename it to InsaneBump.py, make it executable and place it into the plug in directory.

Affinity Photo - Logiciel professionnel de retouche d'image pour Mac Fully customisable shortcuts Enhance productivity with a huge library of keyboard shortcuts for tools, menu functions, view and controls—and choose your own. Image Stacks Basic Color Curves GIMP Tutorial - Basic Color Curves (text & images) by Pat David is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License (except Hollow Moon by qsimple/Eric on Flickr). Color has this amazing ability to evoke emotional responses from us. From the warm glow of a sunny summer afternoon to a cool refreshing early evening in fall. We associate colors with certain moods, places, feelings, and memories (consciously or not). Volumes have been written on color and I am in no ways even remotely qualified to speak on it.

2017 Social Media Image Sizes Cheat Sheet Last updated: 22nd May 2017 Social media platforms are forever changing the image sizes and formats, so to keep you all updated I have re-created the 2016 social media image sizes cheat sheet and updated it to 2017. The need for strong social media presence has soared in 2016 and will only increase in prominence in 2017. This is why you really need to keep up to speed with your business / brand / personal profiles, and to optimize them with the right images to represent you! “The 2017 Social Media Image Sizes Guide” below explains to you what the best image sizes are for each social network and the image types to use.

MAX — The Creativity Conference Maira Kalman was born in Tel Aviv and moved to New York with her family at the age of four. She was raised in bucolic Riverdale, the Bronx. She now lives in Manhattan. Maira has written and illustrated Eighteen children’s books, including Ooh-­‐la-­‐la-­‐Max in Love, What Pete Ate, Fireboat: The Heroic Adventures of the John J. patdavid.net: Getting Around in GIMP - Luminosity Masks There was a recent thread on the GIMP users forum at Flickr on how to generate luminosity masks (and use them I suppose). I figured I would chime in a bit here with how I generate and use them in my own workflow. There is an older and interesting discussion about Luminosity Masks by Tony Kuyper that was referenced in that thread, and this is a translation of sorts for GIMP users that want to accomplish the same thing. The original tutorial by Tony is here: Tony Kuyper's Luminosity Masks Tutorial The basic premise of luminosity masks is to allow you to modify elements of a layer masked to a specific region of luminosity (or value). If I wanted to control the colors in the shadows of my image without modifying the mid tones or light tones, then this is the method you want.

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