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1. Open image in PdN.

2. Duplicate layer.

3. Convert bottom layer to B/W.

4. Invert Colors bottom layer.

5. Adjust Contrast to 0 on top layer.

6. Change top layer blending mode to overlay.

There might be an easier way to do this in Curves+. I don't have it installed here at work:(...

 

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Do you want to make the black parts white and the white parts black, or do you want to invert the luminosity of each pixel while preserving the hue?

If the latter, the Edfects Plugin Pack has a filter called Invert Intensity which will do just that.

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You can load this xml into Curves +. The transition between black and almost black won't be smooth, though. If you need it smooth, you can toy around with adding points, changing the line mode to Bezier, that sort of thing.

Right-click and select Save As to get the file. Left-clicking will make your browser open the unstyled XML tree.

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I am an organism, an animal, a creature, I am a beast.

~ Becoming the Archetype

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1. Open image in PdN.

2. Duplicate layer.

3. Convert bottom layer to B/W.

4. Invert Colors bottom layer.

5. Adjust Contrast to 0 on top layer.

6. Change top layer blending mode to overlay.

There might be an easier way to do this in Curves+. I don't have it installed here at work:(...

Wow. Nice set of steps. It works exactly as described. How in the world did you come up with those steps?

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