9.3. Film

9.3.1. Overview

Figure 16.163. Applying example for the Film filter

Applying example for the Film filter

Original image

Applying example for the Film filter

Filter Film applied


Film filter lets you merge several pictures into a photographic film drawing.

[Note] Note

This filter does not invert colors, so it does not imitate negative film like the ones used to produce prints. Instead you should think of the result as an imitation of slide film or cinema film.

9.3.2. Accessing this Filter

You can find this filter through FiltersCombineFilm.

9.3.3. Options

9.3.3.1. Selection

Figure 16.164. Film filter options (Selection)

Film filter options (Selection)

Film

Fit height to images

Applies the height of original pictures to the resulting one.

Height

This option lets you define the height of the resulting picture. If originals have different sizes, they will be scaled to this size.

Color

By clicking on the color dwell you can define the color of the film (around and between pictures).

Numbering

Start index

Defines the beginning number which will be used for the images.

Font

Defines the font of digits.

Color

By clicking on the the color dwell, you can define the font color of digits.

At top, At bottom

Defines the position of the number.

Image Selection

Available images

Shows the pictures which can be used for merging. The pictures are the ones already opened in GIMP.

On film

Shows the pictures chosen to be merged.

Add

This button allows the user to put an available image in the On film section.

Remove

This button allows to bring a picture from On film to Available images. After that, the picture will not be used anymore in the resulting document.

9.3.3.2. Advanced

Figure 16.165. Film filter options (Advanced)

Film filter options (Advanced)

Image height

Defines the height of each pictures in the resulting image.

Image spacing

Defines the space between the pictures as they will be inserted in the future image.

Hole offset

Defines the hole position from image border.

Hole width

Defines the width of the holes in the resulting image.

Hole height

Defines the height of the holes in the resulting image.

Hole spacing

Defines the space between holes

Number height

Defines the height of the index number, proportionally to the height of the picture.