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For all compatible applications such as PhotoLine or IrfanView.
Adaptive Contrast Curve – adaptive contrast enhancement
Adaptive Histogram EQ – dramatic contrast or detail enhancement
Channel Saturation – adjust the chroma and vibrance of four or six opponent colors independently
Fine USM Sharpen/Deblur – full control over the unsharp masking and deconvolution processes: luminosity mode, halo elimination, very high amounts, edge masking, and blend ranges
Glamour Blur – selective contrast reduction for portraits
Hue/Saturation Channels – extracts a hue or saturation channel from an RGB image
Retinex – adjust lightness and color based on human vision
RG Color – convert RGB images to the RG color space
Saturation Mask – create a saturation or chroma mask for a hue/saturation layer
Ultimate Hue/Saturation Control – selectively adjust chroma and vibrance
Very High Radius Contrast Mask – contrast masking for large images
Very High Radius High Pass Contrast – high radius high pass contrast enhancement for large images
Very High Radius Shadows/Highlights – a Shadows/Highlights control for large images
Very High Radius Unsharp Mask – high radius unsharp mask contrast enhancement for large images
An Introduction to Photo Editing with PhotoLine
The Little Argyll GUI 1.0
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russellcottrell.com has moved to a Linux server as of 9/5/2023
so no more active server pages (.asp). Please pardon our dust!
The HSL Converter was uploaded 9/5/2023.
The Little Argyll GUI version 1.0 was uploaded 5/4/2023.
Wrap an image around a glass so that it appears rectilinear when viewed straight on. Uploaded 12/12/2022.
Optical Print Centering was updated 11/17/2022 to be simpler and more interactive.
xyY cross-section and Lab cross-section were updated 9/7/2022.
The RGB-XYZ Matrix Calculator was updated 8/27/2022.
The Gamut Plotter was uploaded 8/18/2022.
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