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unique image postprocessing application
Features: - floating point precision (not 8-bit like Gimp, not 16-bit like most raw processors) - native support for multiple colorspaces (sRGB, ProPhoto RGB, LAB, CMYK, LCH, HSL, HSV, BW) - non destructive editing (adjustment layers) - KISS design - realtime preview - basic operations: CMYK curves, CMYK levels, RGB curves, RGB levels, white balance in LAB, saturation in LAB, LAB curves, BW curve, HSV equalizer, LCH equalizer, recover shadows/highlights, vignette, local contrast, LAB/BW/RGB/CMYK gradients - expert operations: levels, curves, equalizer, exposure, saturation, white balance, fill, tone, local contrast, auto_dodge/auto_burn, sharpen, vignette, gradient, gaussian blur, recover highlights, recover shadows, channel mixer, high pass, c2g, copy - RAW support via dcraw - up to 5 color samplers - histograms and color matrices - many blend modes (multiply, screen, overlay, inverted overlay, dodge, burn, add, grain extract, grain merge, sub, difference, darken, lighten), color/luminosity blending for RGB and CMYK
Debian: Laszlo Boszormenyi (GCS) <email@example.com>
26 March 2014
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