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    Example of the
    National Geographic Script
    for GIMP.
    Original here:

    1. nilliske (holiday) 68 months ago | reply

      Fabulous beauty portrait

      You are my winner!
      Please add this photo to

    2. Breixo Pazos 68 months ago | reply

      Definitely a winner!!!
      You deserve another one.
      Found in
      Commented with SOS!

    3. some_images! 68 months ago | reply

      Hi! I'm an admin for the Glocal project and we'd love to include this image in our composite artwork. If you are interested, you would have to tag the image with "glocalproject", otherwise the artwork will not recognize this beautiful image.

    4. txd [deleted] 68 months ago | reply

      Hey, thanks for letting know it was used here :)
      What's the purpose of the National Geographic plugin? Does it make your photos look more professional? :D

      Original photo comes from my set of a trip to India in 2008:

    5. elsamuko 68 months ago | reply

      We had a discussion about the advertising effect here.

    6. Simon Greig (xrrr) 65 months ago | reply

      Great processing. Now I just have to work out how to do it in Lightroom or Photoshop :-)

      -- (?)

    7. Earl-Wilkerson 50 months ago | reply

      Excellent job! I just visited the Registry and downloaded this script, and love it! Now if I could only find some cool-looking, flute-playing dudes to photog! :) Nice job!

      I really enjoyed the black and white shots you have linked to this shot! Very awesome stuff!!

    8. colors98 39 months ago | reply

      Thank you for the use of your gimp scripts. I've been trying them out. <:)

    9. Sinister Brain 38 months ago | reply

      The original is no longer online - no point of reference.

    10. chewbacc° [deleted] 34 months ago | reply

      Thank you elsamuko for your great GIMP scripts! I like all of them! This one is my favourite! :)

    11. SamFeltus 28 months ago | reply

      Thanks from Florida, USA. I love using the National Geographic script.

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