Re: [Gimp-user] Shadows/Highlights

On 01/02/2018 01:58 PM, Julie Bennett wrote:
I'm relatively new to GIMP and Ubuntu.  I am moving away from using photoshop/windows.  I'm a life long 
photographer and have developed a work flow in photoshop.
With learning the structure of GIMP, I'm of course wanting to recreate my work flow.

The one feature of photoshop I have come to rely on heavily is the Shadows/Highlights function.  It is 
extremely important to me.
With it I can adjust and preserve the detail in shadow and highlight areas of an image to approximate 
what I actually saw.
But, I can't seem to find something similar in Gimp.  Can someone point me to the area of Gimp that may 
provide this?

The Shadow Recovery script-fu plugin may be helpful:

For GIMP operators running the very latest version of babl/GEGL/GIMP
built from sources in git, there is also an operation available from
under Tool/Gegl Operation menu called shadow-highlights, implemented
for GNOME Photos based on the shadow-highlights in Darktable which
itself was inspired by script-fu scripts. This will give live
on-canvas previews as parameters are tuned.

/pippin -

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