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How do I emulate Impressive Art as per a Lumix Camera

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RedThunder
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How do I emulate Impressive Art as per a Lumix Camera

Post#1 by RedThunder » 16 Jun 2019, 20:37


My Panasonic Lumix has a CREATIVE RETOUCH section and one of the options is IMPRESSIVE ART.

I wondering if its possible to emulate the same effect or a plugin exists to achieve this goal.

Samples below:

Straight Lumix Photo
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Lumix Photo using inbuilt camera filter
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and another
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Possibly HDR'er, threashold tweaks and sharpen of somekind ?

Any thoughts.

RT
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Post#2 by Pat625 » 16 Jun 2019, 20:52


Probably depends on the image but I like your original photo better.
Unsharp Mask may be all you need, or adjust with curves.

You could try Dinasset's Tone Mapping.
DIEGO_ENHANCE_ToneMapping210.py
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There might be some older ones that still work. I'll see if I have any.
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Post#3 by neurolurker » 17 Jun 2019, 00:31


RedThunder, I haven't found any information on your setup, but if you're using a Windows sytem you may need to do a small tweak on the "DIEGO_ENHANCE_ToneMapping210.py" script above. You can do it with a text editor. Add the Python script initialization string "#!/usr/bin/env python" without quotes as the first line in the script. You don't have to make any other changes. Without this, Python scripts may not show up in Windows GIMP.

Another contender for Lumix emulation could be Elsamuko's "National Geographic" script.
P1690070 NAT GEO.JPG
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This and other Elsamuko scripts can be found at https://github.com/elsamuko/gimp-elsamuko

The "National Geographic" script is more complicated to install since it requires some other files you may not already have available in your GIMP setup.

And, I know such things are often elusive, but if I'm not imposing on your time, interest and good will, I'm curious to know what you especially like about the Lumix creative versions of your photos.
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RedThunder
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Post#4 by RedThunder » 17 Jun 2019, 14:58


@neurolurker
I just like the effect, dont really know why...just a Love/Hate.

But on this occasion the effect is very useful when applied then turned to Monocrome. The image is being used for a tonal reedpen/indian ink painting work shop. It gives the students a very good starter guide rather being over whelmed by detail.

RT

PS Thanks for the Nat Geo plugin, I will try that later.
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RedThunder
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Post#5 by RedThunder » 17 Jun 2019, 16:15


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neurolurker
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Post#6 by neurolurker » 17 Jun 2019, 19:52


RedThunder, thanks for the reply. The link specifies some of the same questions I wondered about ... "details in the shadows," for example. Sometimes I need the words to be able to see more clearly.
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