On Mon, Oct 03, 2005 at 07:48:34PM -0400, michael chang wrote:
> On 10/3/05, Gmail User <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > I am trying to remove/soften the highlights in the picture, where the
> > highlights were created by reflection of the flash on a person's sweaty
> > forehead. Any ideas on how to remove or soften them so that they do not
> > look so bad?
> In GIMP 1.x, there was a plugin called homogenize that seemed to do
> the trick. Because the purpose which this plugin filled for it's
> creator no longer exists, a version for 2.x doesn't exist, although I
> believe it'd be nice if someone "ported" it to 2.x because it did fill
> in a niche that I can't seem to satisfy. (If I ever get some free
> time, I might attempt it, but I have my doubts.)
> You may also want to look at the levels tool, but I'm not horribly
> experienced with it.
well, thanks to michael i remembered three plug-ins i had bookmarked:
when i read one of these requests, i try to think of how to work with
the gimp tools to handle the problem. i do not think about the plug-ins
i know about or at least have bookmarked.
one of these will probably do the job -- perhaps all three of them. i
don't know how to fix my brain though....
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