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Nai

Photo + Contrast Mask

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Hi, I'm a newbie right here and fall in love with Paint.Net after using it for several time.

Beginning my posting with a tutorial on how to create a contrast mask. thisisatutorial

Link to tutorial : http://www.gimp.org/tutorials/ContrastMask/

Intended program: GIMP

Plugins needed and notes : All included inside this blog post

( http://isminailofar.wordpress.com/2014/06/16/contrast-mask/ )

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Welcome to the forum Nai.

 

I've split this post of yours out from the thread you posted in because I think this is worthy of it's own thread.  I'm very impressed with your tutorial and the results.

 

Please post a handful of images here to demonstrate what your tutorial does by way of modifying a photo.  That way users can see samples on this page and judge if they want to read the whole tutorial.

 

Me?  I'd love you to post a PDF version here too.  Please?

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Welcome to the forum Nai.

 

I've split this post of yours out from the thread you posted in because I think this is worthy of it's own thread.  I'm very impressed with your tutorial and the results.

 

Please post a handful of images here to demonstrate what your tutorial does by way of modifying a photo.  That way users can see samples on this page and judge if they want to read the whole tutorial.

 

Me?  I'd love you to post a PDF version here too.  Please?

 

Thank you Mr.EER for everything !

 

Here are the samples of the before-after images :

 

masretroliverycmp.png?w=820

 

kitty.png?w=820

 

mhretrocmp.png?w=900

 

Before : 

362px-Tawau_Sabah_Twin-Town-Memorial-04.

After :

 

tawaupareparemetalplat.jpg?w=820

 

PDF document : https://isminailofar.files.wordpress.com/2014/06/how-to-make-a-contrast-mask.pdf

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I can't believe I haven't heard of this "Contrast Mask" trick, I need to get out more often......

 

Anyway, great tut, easy to do and good results too. It also works well for video if your editor supports Multiple tracks and blending modes.

 

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