UPDATE(if this works for you, you can SKIP the whole entire lesson!!!): https://www.dropbox.com/s/20wm0m33onqy8n2/bimpnidi.bimp?dl=0 I SAVED MY BIMPNIDI.BIMP FILE IN MY DROPBOX & this is the link to get it…Theoretically, you can fetch that file to your computer, then when you have gimp installed, and then install Bimp too, you can just LOAD this bimpnidi.bimp file into gimp, and it will do the whole process for you WITHOUT you needing to edit anything at all!!! (for the smartypants out there, tell me if it works for you?)

https://www.gimp.org where to get gimp for free official

https://alessandrofrancesconi.it/projects/bimp/ where to get the free Bimp plugin

Hi, I grabbed this lesson from the free Learn Nidi course for those who land here- these are brand new instructions for doing a manual edit within the Gnu Image Manipulation Program (it is a free download called gimp usually)…

I also added instructions for how to add the BIMP plugin for gimp-BIMP allows you to load up each task, then you save that set, & the next time you open gimp, you can access the BIMP set & just hit apply and it will apply all the filters for you automatically, and it will do a pile of photos for you at once…

I recommend just getting Gimp to start off with, and doing a photo just to get the hang of it first…

Your photo should be very close up to the spot you want to examine, so fill the whole frame with a lump or location you want to self-check…The marker is a purple colour, it represents Phosphorus which is common to cancers-very high Phosphorus levels due to things like Botox, or estrogen replacement therapies MAY give a false positive purple colour, but it is still worth checking out, even if you think it is a false positive…(do more than one photo, do it different days, some things are temporary)(a far away photo only sees surface-the closer up you get, the brighter the light, the more you can see deep under the skin…) Please visit the grove.official.academy site to take the free Learn Nidi course if you need more info about all this…

UPDATE: https://www.dropbox.com/s/20wm0m33onqy8n2/bimpnidi.bimp?dl=0 I SAVED MY BIMPNIDI.BIMP FILE IN MY DROPBOX & this is the link to get it…Theoretically, you can fetch that file to your computer, then when you have gimp installed, and then install Bimp too, you can just LOAD this bimpnidi.bimp file into gimp, and it will do the whole process for you WITHOUT you needing to edit anything at all!!! (for the smartypants out there, tell me if it works for you?)

https://www.gimp.org where to get gimp for free official

https://alessandrofrancesconi.it/projects/bimp/ where to get the free Bimp plugin