Gimp100Podcasts 39: Color Filters with GIMP
[cq_vc_videocover videoimage=”5165″ imageshape=”square” resizecoverimage=”no” overlaytype=”icon” covericon=”fontawesome” icon_fontawesome=”fa fa-youtube-play” icon_openiconic=”vc-oi vc-oi-dial” icon_typicons=”typcn typcn-adjust-brightness” icon_entypo=”entypo-icon entypo-icon-note” icon_linecons=”vc_li vc_li-heart” buttonlabel=”PLAY” iconshape=”circle” iconcolor=”#ffffff” iconbgcolor=”#24cfe5″ linktype=”video” videolink=”http://youtu.be/OAwhusvXIFs”]One of the coolest things to do when you’re taking photographs is to use color filters and you have two ways, the physical and the digital form. The physical form is as easy as grabbing a transparent plastic and make color patterns with different markers, but there is an easier way to do a color filter, and that’s using the tools we already know. In this tutorial we will use GIMP.
Today’s photography is from the wedding I was covering last Saturday, so soon we will have another wedding video, and why not… a Kdenlive tutorial!For this tutorial, the only thing you need to use are the OpenSource apps that you have available at any Linux Suite, since it won’t matter how expert you are using them, a few tricks can turn your photograph from a regular one, into a really professional look.
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