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Autochrome Emulation

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Autochrome Emulation mockfrog 30 Jan 01:29
  Autochrome Emulation rich404 30 Jan 10:07
   Autochrome Emulation mockfrog 30 Jan 10:13
2018-01-30 01:29:42 UTC (10 months ago)
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Autochrome Emulation

I like the look of Autochrome, one of the first early color photographic techniques.

I have read a very thorough tutorial showing how to emulate the process using Photoshop

http://therefractedlight.blogspot.com.au/2012/03/imitation-of-autochrome-lumiere-process.html

I downloaded the color profile and can apply to an image using Gimp. There is another part involving the unique grain. Does anyone know how to do this using Gimp?

Thanks

Matt

2018-01-30 10:07:47 UTC (10 months ago)
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Autochrome Emulation

I like the look of Autochrome, one of the first early color photographic techniques.

I have read a very thorough tutorial showing how to emulate the process using Photoshop

http://therefractedlight.blogspot.com.au/2012/03/imitation-of-autochrome-lumiere-process.html

I downloaded the color profile and can apply to an image using Gimp. There is another part involving the unique grain. Does anyone know how to do this using Gimp?

Thanks

Matt

Looked at that PS procedure, but life is too short.

There are a couple of Gimp scripts that might do the job.

http://registry.gimp.org/node/24197 elsamuko-photochrom.scm

and

http://registry.gimp.org/node/24639 FIL (Film Imitation Lab)

rich: www.gimp-forum.net

2018-01-30 10:13:25 UTC (10 months ago)
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Autochrome Emulation

Looked at that PS procedure, but life is too short.

There are a couple of Gimp scripts that might do the job.

http://registry.gimp.org/node/24197 elsamuko-photochrom.scm

and

http://registry.gimp.org/node/24639 FIL (Film Imitation Lab)

rich: www.gimp-forum.net

Thanks Rich, a script is nearly always better than a long, complicated recipe

Matt

:-)