Detect Edges in an Image in the GIMP Application
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You're watching VisiHow. In this tutorial. we're going to show you how to detect edges in an image in GIMP in Windows 7.
- 1For more information, refer to our tutorials on how to open GIMP and how to open existing documents in GIMP.You should have GIMP open and an image ready to use.
- 11Otherwise, click "Cancel".If you are satisfied with your settings, click "OK" to apply the changes to your image.
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Edge Detect Difference of Gaussians isn't working properly for me. What is going wrong?
Hello,.I am using GIMP 2.8.10 and have a photograph that I am working on. I applied the Edge Detect Difference of Gaussians to my photo and it did not work. The edges showed up perfectly in the preview screen, yet when I clicked OK it just turned my photo completely white. What is going on? I am following a tutorial on how to get a watercolor look on a real photo and applied the edge detect to a desaturated photo per the instructions. The edge detect is not working on a desaturated photo. I have tried: All other types of edge detect are working properly, but they don't provide what I need for the photo. The Guassian version is what I need and it is not working properly. I think it was caused by: I don't know. I have followed the instructions, like I said. The other types of edge detect are working properly, but they don't provide what I need for the photo. The Guassian version is what I need and it is not working properly.
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