[Courses][gimp] Lesson 2: Lightening, Darkening, Sharpening
juliesloan at mindspring.com
Mon Feb 7 16:06:57 EST 2005
On Friday 04 February 2005 12:29 pm, Akkana Peck wrote:
> image window menu (remember, right-click to see the menus) under
> Image->Colors. Since we'll be choosing several different options
> under the Colors menu, let's take advantage of a helpful feature
> in Gimp's menus: "tear-offs".
Wow! That's a nice feature.
Here is my homework:
I went quite crazy in the color menu for quite a long time. ...at one point
in the Curves menu I had the graph looking like a heart monitor gone bad
and some pretty wacky color combinations. Then I settled down. ;-)
I found Unsharp Mask to be a lot more effective than Sharpen, but a preview
pane sure would be nice. Thanks Mary for pointing out the Duplicate
feature. I'm using Gimp 1.2.5 and it's in the same place: Image >
I'm not sure which of the three images I am calling "final" is best... none
are very good :) but what I had to begin with was pretty bad! At least
now you can tell it's a sewing machine. Sort of.
I am not very good at this. :/
> Here's my warbler, brightened up by fiddling with the Curves tool
> (only one point on the curve):
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