>'d be interested to know of any such plugin too. I have a number of 
>images with directional camera shake that Refocus fails to handle at all 
>well.

did you try convolution matrix ( in Filter/Generic)


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Date: Sat, 23 Feb 2008 12:32:10 +0000
From: Doug 
Subject: Re: [Gimp-user] Deconvolution plugin for GIMP?
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I'd be interested to know of any such plugin too. I have a number of 
images with directional camera shake that Refocus fails to handle at all 
well.

Doug

Toby Haynes wrote:
> I've got a bunch of images which need deconvolution (8 second exposures 
> of the recent lunar eclipse) to remove the sky rotation. The 
> point-spread function is well described by the star tracks in the image 
> and I was wondering if anyone knew of any GIMP plugins to make 
> deconvolution easier. I'm aware of the Refocus plugin for removing blur 
> but this smudging is closer to camera shake.
>
> I can always resort to IRAF or AIPS++ if I have to, but the GIMP is so 
> much easier :-)
>
> Cheers,
> Toby Haynes
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Date: Sat, 23 Feb 2008 05:46:37 -0800 (PST)
From: Elwin Estle 
Subject: Re: [Gimp-user] distress selection
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I looked under Select...but didn't see that, but then I was looking for it 
under the old
name...distress, rather than distort.  Thanks!


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> > I know the contents of the original Script-fu menu got distributed   
> > into the other menus
> > in the 2.4 series...what happened to Script-Fu>Selection>Distress   
> > Selection?  Is it still
> > there, only buried somewhere?  I have looked through the menus, but   
> > haven't come across
> > it.    Did it get removed all together?
> 
> Perhaps "Select->Distort"?
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Date: Sat, 23 Feb 2008 06:32:23 -0800 (PST)
From: "D.Jones (aka) Capnhud" 
Subject: Re: [Gimp-user] 300 dpi screen capture
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Michael J. Hammel writes:
> On Fri, 2008-02-22 at 23:41 +0100, Daniel Hornung wrote:
> > But maybe one of the 
> > actual book writers on this list may tell you more. *hint*
> 
> I guess that's my cue.  :-)

Akkana Peck wrote:
Me too :-) except Michael has already covered it so well.
The only thing I'll add is that when I first started, I was
worried about one of Apress' guidelines that said they wanted
a particular dpi, so I started out being careful to set the
dpi after taking screenshots. I was also sending high-resolution
versions of non-screenshot images.

Once we got rolling, it turned out that their layout people scaled
each image to an appropriate size on the page, and nobody really
cared what dpi the images claimed to have. As long as I took normal
GIMP screenshots of reasonably-sized windows, everybody was happy.

The Apress style guide also had warnings about not using Windows
Print Screen, and more warnings about various other programs to
avoid under Windows (mostly color depth issues, I believe).  None
of that was a problem with the GIMP screenshots, which worked fine.




Where can you get a copy of this Apress style guide?  I searched their site but 
was unable to see
this guide.




      
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