Hi, 

Last W-E, I discovered that the Value Curve is in fact applied independantly to 
each of the R, G & B channels. Pretty useless since using a non-linear Value 
Curve is going to change the HUE channel.

Today, I experimented with different tools and I found that the Contrast tool 
has a very unusual behavior. 
I tried different tools (Krita, OpenOffice, Cinepaint) and they all handle the 
contrast the same way. Basically, reducing the contrast is like adding a grey 
mask to the image.
 
The Contrast tool in gimp is very different.
This is the original image:

http://www.chauveau-central.net/colors.png

This is what Cinepaint produces when I reduce the contrast. So far so good:

http://www.chauveau-central.net/colors-cinepaint.png

And this is what I get with Gimp:

http://www.chauveau-central.net/colors-gimp.png

What do you think?
 
Stephane.







   
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