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Yes, Paint.NET's levels will work wonderfully for this. Go to Image->Adjustments->Levels, and just adjust the input range to select a narrower ban of the color range. This can be done by either:

1. Moving the triangular markers on the left gradiant bar,

2. Adjusting the values in the text boxes on the left side (the "Input" side),

3. Double-clicking the color boxes along of "Input", by default the top one is white and the bottom one is black.

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