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Can you translate...

Apr 12, 2011, 15:21
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Can you translate...
this video in Gimp language?Since Gimp doesn't have "apply image" and "low frequency" among other things,it's hard to use that very good tutorial made for Photoshop.Maybe instead of asking to translate,I should ask do you know a Gimp tutorial equivalent to this one?Thanks!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dMyaeZmkZD8
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Apr 12, 2011, 21:46 (This post was last modified: Apr 12, 2011 21:49 by Virago.)
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RE: Can you translate...
I found these two posts by the same person, outlining the same basic technique. They're on different forums so the conversation might also prove useful. The first is here and the second can be found on Meet The Gimp.

You might also want to check out this High Pass Filter script on the Gimp Plugin Registry which will will take care of the frequency splitting for you.

Then there is this plugin, also from the Gimp Plugin Registry, which uses a completely different method called wavelet decomposition to divide the image into multiple frequency bands rather than just high and low.

I'm not sure if any of this is actually a direct translation of the PS tutorial you posted, but it should at least give you enough info to hopefully get where you want to go.

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Apr 12, 2011, 22:34
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RE: Can you translate...
(Apr 12, 2011 21:46)Virago Wrote:  I found these two posts by the same person, outlining the same basic technique. They're on different forums so the conversation might also prove useful. The first is here and the second can be found on Meet The Gimp.

You might also want to check out this High Pass Filter script on the Gimp Plugin Registry which will will take care of the frequency splitting for you.

Then there is this plugin, also from the Gimp Plugin Registry, which uses a completely different method called wavelet decomposition to divide the image into multiple frequency bands rather than just high and low.

I'm not sure if any of this is actually a direct translation of the PS tutorial you posted, but it should at least give you enough info to hopefully get where you want to go.

Thanks...seem this will do the trick.
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