Krita/Manual/Filters/Adjust

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The Adjustment filters are image-wide and are for manipulating colors and contrast.

Dodge

An image-wide dodge-filter. Dodge is named after a trick in traditional dark-room photography that gave the same results.

Shadows
The effect will mostly apply to dark tones.
Midtones
The effect will apply to mostly midtones.
Highlights
This will apply the effect on the highlights only.
Exposure
The strength at which this filter is applied.

Burn

An image-wide burn-filter. Burn is named after a trick in traditional dark-room photography that gave similar results.

Shadows
The effect will mostly apply to dark tones.
Midtones
The effect will apply to mostly midtones.
Highlights
This will apply the effect on the highlights only.
Exposure
The strength at which this filter is applied.


Levels

This filter allows you to directly modify the levels of the tone-values of an image, by manipulating sliders


Color Adjustment Curves

This filter allows you to adjust each channel by manipulating the curves.

Brightness/Contrast curves

This filter allows you to adjust the brightness and contrast of the image by adjusting the curves.

Color Balance

This filter allows you to control the color balance of the image by adjusting the sliders for Shadows, Midtones and Highlights.

Desaturate

Image-wide dasaturation filter. Will make any image Greyscale. Has several choices by which logic the colors are turned to grey.

Lightness
This will turn colors to grey using the HSL model.
Luminosity(ITU-R BT.709)
Will turn the color to grey by using the appropriate amount of weighting per channel according to ITU-R BT.709.
Luminosity(ITU-R BT.601)
Will turn the color to grey by using the appropriate amount of weighting per channel according to ITU-R BT.601.
Avarage
Will make an avarage of all channels.
Min
Substracts all from one another to find the grey value.
Max
Adds all channels together to get a grey-value/

Invert

Inverts the colors.

So white (1,1,1) becomes black(0,0,0), yellow(1,1,0) becomes blue(0,1,1), etc.

Auto Contrast

Tries to adjust the constrast the universally acceptable levels.

HSV/HSL Adjustment

With this filter, you can adjust the Hue, Saturation, Value or Lightness, through sliders.


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