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Change blackest point to pure black and whitest to pure white

Mar 19, 2018, 18:30
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Change blackest point to pure black and whitest to pure white
Hello,

Quick question, I'd like to make the black to white range broader by changing the blackest point of my picture (let's say very dark grey) to pure black (#000000) and the whitest point (very pale grey) to pure white (#ffffff). The rest of shades should follow accordingly.

I've been messing with the curves in "colors" with no results. I know it's doable in Photoshop, I'd like to use the same function in gimp.

Thanks in advance,
Julien
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Mar 19, 2018, 19:02
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RE: Change blackest point to pure black and whitest to pure white
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This forum has been DEAD for a long time !

Folk have moved to
https://www.gimp-forum.net
Please ask there
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