"You can emulate different vintage photo effects in
GIMP, but usually this is a rather laborious and time-consuming
process that requires some editing chops. Fortunately, the Film
Imitation Lab (FIL) script lets you turn plain snaps into
eye-popping vintage photos with a minimum of effort.
"To install FIL on Linux, download the latest release of the
script, unpack the downloaded archive, and move two .scm files from
the resulting folder to the ~/.gimp.2.6/scripts directory. Some of
the FIL script's functionality depends on two plugins: Fix-CA and
G'MIC. The Fix-CA script is distributed as a C source file, so you
have to compile it yourself. To do this, install the required
development library. On Debian and Ubuntu, this can be done by
executing the following command as root:"
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