Among all features available in G'MIC, our Film Emulation filters are able to apply various pre-defined color presets on your images.
Most of those 300+ presets have been designed by Patrick David, in order to emulate the look of
analog films. They have a dedicated section in the open-source G'MIC plug-in for GIMP, so you can apply all these easily in GIMP.
Below, you can navigate through the different proposed color presets and see how they modify the colors of some sample images.
You can also download each color preset separately as its corresponding Hald-CLUT file (in .png format), to use it in
other softwares that support this feature.
Image credits: Sample images below have been borrowed from Patrick David and
Chi King's Flickr accounts, distributed under
The trademarked names which may appear in the filenames of the Hald-CLUT images are there for informational purposes only. They serve only to inform the user which film stock the given Hald-CLUT image
is designed to approximate. As there is no way to convey this information other than by using the trademarked name, we believe this constitutes fair use. Neither the publisher nor the authors are affiliated
with or endorsed by the companies that own the trademarks.