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1. Depends on what you mean by 'luminosity'. If you just mean a general "make it brighter or darker," then the saturation slider on the Colors window is probably sufficient. My understanding is that 'luminosity' in the technical sense, as defined at the professional or academic level, is different than this -- in which case, no we don't.

2. Yes. Every pixel in the image has an alpha component, and you can control opacity for an entire layer as well (just double click on the layer). Transparency (aka alpha, opacity, etc.) is a first-class citizen in Paint.NET, so to speak.

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