Figured it might be worth mentioning this here.
I had been working for a while on creating film emulation presets for many
different types of films (and emulating some other emulations - how meta!).
I finally got around to finding a way to get these presets out in the wild
for any GIMP user to be able to use.
I have a longer blog post about what I was up to here:
Basically, I needed an easily packaged way to make presets available for
HSL shifting, as well as tone curves. After speaking with David
Tschumperlé (G'MIC), I thought G'MIC might be the best way to go.
So, if you have a recent G'MIC plugin installed, and you refresh your
filters, you'll now find a "Film Emulation" section where all of my
different emulation presets are available (in multiple levels of strength).
At the moment, I have emulations for:
New (Current) film stocks:
Fuji 160C, 400H, 800Z
Fuji Ilford HP5
Kodak Portra 160, 400, 800
Kodak TMAX 3200
Kodak Tri-X 400
Old(er) film stocks:
Fuji Neopan 1600
Fuji Superia 100, 400, 800, 1600
Fuji Ilford Delta 3200
Kodak Portra 160 NC, 160 VC, 400 NC, 400 UC, 400 VC
Consumer Instant film:
Polaroid Time Zero (Expired)
and Professional Instant film:
I'm working on some others at the moment, including some slide films as
Hope someone out there can get some use out of these!
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