How To Whiten Teeth With GIMP
Want to brighten your smile in pictures? GIMP offers simple and effective editing tools that allow you to whiten teeth fast! Below is a step-by-step tutorial on how to whiten teeth using GIMP.
- First open GIMP.
- Now open the image you want to edit.
- In the menu click “Layer” and select “New Layer.”
- Next choose “Transparency” as a “Layer Fill Type” and click “OK.”
- Now select the “Paint Brush” tool from the Toolbox.
- Select the brush type “ Circle Fuzzy.”
- Next, set the scale so that the brush covers about 1/3 of the area on a tooth.
- Under layers set the new mode to “Saturation.”
- Now hold Ctrl key and use a mouse wheel to zoom in on the teeth.
- Now you can start to paint the teeth to make them appear white.
- Next right click a layer and choose “Merge Visible Layers” > “Merge.”
- Now you are going to select the clone tool from your Toolbox.
- Set the opacity anywhere from 65-70. Your brush type should be set to “Circle Fuzzy” and this time set it to a smaller scale than you did before.
- Next press and hold the Ctrl key down while you click on a white spot of a tooth. Release the Ctrl key to select a source area of the clone brush.
- Now, start painting over the areas you want to whiten! For best results, you may need to change the clone source a couple of times as you did in the previous steps and change the scale of a clone brush.
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