GIMP Lomo Examples

mF’s GIMP Lomo script that I mentioned already works a treat with the settings he suggested! It works fine in GIMP 2.2 and here’s an example to prove it! Daffodils pictured by the Ballincollig Bypass in Co. Cork a few days ago.



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Donncha Ó Caoimh is a software developer at Automattic and WordPress plugin developer. He posts photos at In Photos and can also be found on Twitter.

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[…] Click here to see the original photo The 35 mm LOMO LC-A camera employed an unusual lens which produced large amounts of distortion at the edges of the image whilst keeping the center sharp, it alos increases the contrast and colour saturation of the photos. The camera was promoted by businessmen from Austria with international gallery shows. You can see an example of Lomo like photos here, and here. The GIMP, is a open-source software, which can be considered as an alternative to Photoshop. It has the ability to add Plug-in’s and Scripts (Script-Fu). One of the scripts that I found lately has the ability to give photos taken by cameras other than Lomo LC-A a Lomographic effect. To install the script -for Linux users only – save the file “lomo2.scm” into the following path, “/usr/share/gimp/2.0/scripts”, given that you have GIMP version 2.0. Script URL: Lomo2 Script-Fu Tags: Photography, GIMP, Lomo, Gr33n DataLabels: Linux, Photography, Technology […]

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