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Color Correction using Threshold & Levels

Jul 2, 2011, 14:17
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Color Correction using Threshold & Levels
I realize that I had posted this on other sites, but hadn't gotten around to adding it here!

I am working on a series of tutorials for using GIMP for photo retouching (of which there doesn't appear to be as many tutorials as, say, making text with a drop shadow), and have a few up already.

This first one is a method for color correction in an image using the threshold tool to indicate the brightest, darkest, and most middle gray colors in a photo. The full tutorial is here:

Getting Around in GIMP - Color Correction

Also, there is an index with all of the tutorials listed as I write them:

Getting Around in GIMP

I always welcome feedback or suggestions if anyone has any! Smile
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