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Color Effect



Many of the filter definitions below come directly from Apple’s core image filter reference.  



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Color Invert 

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Color Monochrome

 


Color Invert: Inverts the colors in an image.  Useful for changing an image negative into a standard image and vice versa.


Color Monochrome:  Remaps colors so they fall within shades of a single color.



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Color Posterize

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False Color



Color Posterize: Remaps red, green, and blue color components to the number of brightness values you specify for each color component.  This filter flattens colors to achieve a look similar to that of a silk-screened poster.


False Color: Maps luminance to a color ramp of two colors.  False color is often used to process astronomical and other scientific data, such as ultraviolet and x-ray images.


Mask to Alpha: Converts a grayscale image to a white image that is masked by alpha. The white values from the source image produce the inside of the mask; the black values become completely transparent.



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Maximum Component

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Minimum Component



Maximum Component: Returns a grayscale image from max(r,g,b).


Minimum Component: Returns a grayscale image from min(r,g,b).


Monotone:  Converts all opaque areas of your image to a configurable color.



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Photo Effect Chrome


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Photo Effect Fade


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Photo Effect Instant


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Photo Effect Mono


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Photo Effect Noir


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Photo Effect Process


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Photo Effect Tonal


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Photo Effect Transfer


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Sepia Tone


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Vignette Effect





Photo Effect Chrome: Applies a preconfigured set of effects that imitate vintage photography film with exaggerated color.


Photo Effect Fade: Applies a preconfigured set of effects that imitate vintage photography film with diminished color.


Photo Effect Instant: Applies a preconfigured set of effects that imitate vintage photography film with distorted colors.


Photo Effect Mono: Applies a preconfigured set of effects that imitate black-and-white photography film with low contrast.


Photo Effect Noir: Applies a preconfigured set of effects that imitate black-and-white photography film with exaggerated contrast.


Photo Effect Process: Applies a preconfigured set of effects that imitate vintage photography film with emphasized cool colors.


Photo Effect Tonal: Applies a preconfigured set of effects that imitate black-and-white photography film without significantly altering contrast.


Photo Effect Transfer: Applies a preconfigured set of effects that imitate vintage photography film with emphasized warm colors.


Sepia Tone: Maps the colors of an image to various shades of brown.


Vignette Effect: Modifies the brightness of an image around the periphery of a specified region.





Try playing around with some of the filters and experiment, experiment, experiment.  For more information, check out the Tutorials or send an email to support@flyingmeat.com and request a tutorial.



Additional Relevant Documentation  


Filters Basics (video tutorial)

Filters Basics