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3.6.  Map Color Range

Revision History
Revision $Revision: 1.20 $ 2006-10-25 j.h

3.6.1.  Overview

Figure 11.29.  From left to right: Original image, after applying filter

From left to right: Original image, after applying filter
From left to right: Original image, after applying filter

This filter is found in Filters->Colors->Map->Color Range Mapping.

Unlike Exchange filter, Map Color Range maps a defined color range against another defined color range.

3.6.2.  Options

Figure 11.30.  Options of the “Map Color Range” filter

Options of the Map Color Range filter
Preview

Preview: This Preview displays color changes interactively, before they are applied to Image.

Color Source Range

The two Color Swatch Boxes allow you to define From and To limits of source color range. Default colors are the Foreground and the Background colors of the Toolbox, but, when you click on a box, you call the Gimp Color selector which lets you select other colors.

Destination Color Range

The two Color Swatch Boxes allow you to define From and To limits of destination color range. When you click on a box, you call the Gimp's Color selector.


 
 
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