Arran <for...@gimpusers.com> writes: > Hello > > > I have a request: > > Many of the new compact cameras have an interesting gadget included: A colour > key filter. You choose one of six or so predefined colours and the result is > then a black and white picture except everything in this colour. However, the > colour is very narrowly defined. If you choose green, there is a medium green, > much lighter or darker greens stay black/white. Furthermore everything in the > choosen colour are coloured.
Did you try the menu item Colours→Colourize? [...] > Also it should be possible to > narrow the colour to just a certain part of the picture. Example: a housefront > with 10 shutters, all in green. I want just one of these shutters keeping its > green, all others have, like the rest of all colours, to be black and white. Select the window that you want to have colour, invert the selection, click Colours→Desaturate. > Is there a possiblility to achieve this with present tools or is there > interest > from sombody to develop such a filter or a plug-in and include it into Gimp? Pretty sure it's all built-in already ;-) -- Kevin Brubeck Unhammer GPG: 0x766AC60C
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