G’MIC Colorize Photographs node

This documentation is for version 1.0 of G’MIC Colorize Photographs (eu.gmic.ColorizePhotographs).


Note: This filter needs two layers to work properly. The bottom layer must be a B&W image, while the top layer contains color patches that will be extrapolated in a smart way (edge-directed) to fill the entire image. At the end, you get a completely recolored image.

Author: David Tschumperle. Latest Update: 2013/16/01.

Wrapper for the G’MIC framework (http://gmic.eu) written by Tobias Fleischer (http://www.reduxfx.com) and Frederic Devernay.


Input Description Optional
Source   No
Layer -1   Yes
Layer -2   Yes
Layer -3   Yes


Parameter / script name Type Default Function
Smoothness / Smoothness Integer 2  
Anisotropy / Anisotropy Double 0.2  
Output Mode / Output_Mode Choice Merge Brightness / Colors

Merge Brightness / Colors
Split Brightness / Colors
Output Layer / Output_Layer Choice Layer 0

Layer 0
Layer -1
Layer -2
Layer -3
Layer -4
Layer -5
Layer -6
Layer -7
Layer -8
Layer -9
Resize Mode / Resize_Mode Choice Dynamic

Fixed (Inplace)
Downsample 1/2
Downsample 1/4
Downsample 1/8
Downsample 1/16
Ignore Alpha / Ignore_Alpha Boolean Off  
Preview/Draft Mode / PreviewDraft_Mode Boolean Off  
Global Random Seed / Global_Random_Seed Integer 0  
Animate Random Seed / Animate_Random_Seed Boolean Off  
Log Verbosity / Log_Verbosity Choice Off

Level 1
Level 2
Level 3