Snapped with Google Pixel on 2019-04-18 19:56:04 in Sweden flag Stadshagen, Stockholm using the Artistic filter.

Snapped with Google Pixel on 2019-05-10 12:05:07 in Sweden flag Traneberg, Stockholm using the Artistic filter.

Snapped with Google Pixel on 2019-05-06 16:59:22 in Sweden flag Kristineberg, Stockholm using the Artistic filter.

a filter demo

Here are some images I made with the InstaPlerd extension. They showcase some of the filters I made, but they do look slightly different on ImageMagick 6 compared to 7, and I don’t fully understand the blending and such things yet. But It’ll be great before it’s finished.

There are some powerful command line tools to do such things, bundled with the InstaPlerd project. These I did with:

$ script/instaplerd_filter_demo.pl \
                  --filter Batman  \
                  --filter Nelville \ 
                  --filter Pi \
                  --output-format md \
                  --output-dir /tmp/demo\
         IMG_20181115_184251.jpg IMG_20181110_170451.jpg IMG_20190106_214653.jpg

There are some stuff to do before this is all done, though:

  • Set border thickness based on image size
  • Fix some of the blending in various filters
  • Add some more filters

To name a few.

The pictures

Batman Nelville Pi
tree Batman tree Melville tree Pi
stone lion Batman stone lion Melville stone lion Pi
concert Batman concert Melville concert Pi

Snapped with Google Pixel on 2019-04-06 14:57:26 in Norway flag Kvadraturen, Oslo using the Artistic filter.

Snapped with Google Pixel on 2019-03-30 13:10:44 in Sweden flag , Härjedalen using the Artistic filter.

Snapped with Google Pixel on 2019-03-15 19:52:26 in Sweden flag Stadshagen, Stockholm using the Pi filter.

Snapped with Google Pixel on 2019-03-08 19:35:35 in Sweden flag Stadshagen, Stockholm using the Batman filter.

Snapped with Google Pixel on 2019-01-24 08:14:26 in Sweden flag Fredhäll, Stockholm using the Batman filter.

Snapped with Google Pixel on 2019-01-21 17:28:50 in Sweden flag Kristineberg, Stockholm using the Batman filter.