Tap and hold the image below and then select 'Save Image' to download it.
Right click or drag and drop the image below to save it.
This is a little toy made by Jonas Wagner. You can read a bit more about it in this blog post. You can find its source code on github.
The film simulation color look up tables are based on the ones found in G'MIC by Patrick David. The PictureFX filters have been created by Marc Roovers.
The example image has been created by Svetlana Pochatun.
The vibrance slider is based on the velvia operation in darktable.
Are my images uploaded to your server?
No! I respect your privacy. All of your images stay on your computer. They are never uploaded to any cloud or server.
Can I open RAW images using this app?
No, RAW images are not supported. The highest quality format you can use is 24-bit PNG. PNG images are also saved as PNG to minimize losses. If you need support for higher bit depths or RAW please have a look at the gmic plugin for the gimp.
How can I reset a slider?
Using a simple double click on the slider.
Added film effect strength parameter.
Changed vibrance algorithm to something inspired by darktables velvia.
This software was built using the following open source components. I want to thank all of their authors for making my life easier, and projects like this possible.