On Tue, 23 Jan 2007 17:52:42 +0100
Raphaël Quinet <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> On Tue, 23 Jan 2007 11:37:37 -0500, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> > I am trying to create some backgrounds for webpages....and they must
> > have that "flattened" look. That's the only way I can describe
> > it. They look like the contrast has been reduced and the page
> > brightened overall. Considering all the tools available in GIMP, one
> > of them must be the one , but I can't seem to find the proper one. I
> > have tried reducing contrast and brightening but the look isn't what
> > I want. If anybody understands what I want can they help ??
> There are many ways to do that.  If you are not too familiar with
> GIMP and the various color tools that it offers, the easiest way
> is probably this:
> - Open the image.
> - Add a new layer on top of the background.
> - Fill it with white (or light gray, or any light color).
> - Reduce the opacity of the new layer to 50% or less.
> -Raphaël

   Thanks, this works as well, why didn't I think of these? After all
I've been using GIMP for 3 weeks :)



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