Use the Laplace Feature on Images in the GIMP Application

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    You should have the program open and an image ready to use
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    For more information, refer to our tutorials on how to open GIMP and how to open existing documents in GIMP.
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    First, click "Filters" at the top left-hand side of the screen
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    Then, move the cursor to "Edge-Detect"
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    Click "Laplace" from the menu that appears
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    The effect will be applied automatically without your needing to change any of the settings. This effect is useful for detecting edges in the image and replacing them with a thin white line. The image, however, loses some of the detail.
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