Sign up now! · Forgot password?
RSS/Atom feed Twitter

Brightness/Contrast to Selected Area Only

This discussion is connected to the gimp-user-list.gnome.org mailing list which is provided by the GIMP developers and not related to gimpusers.com.

3 of 3 messages available
Toggle history

Please log in to manage your subscriptions.

Brightness/Contrast to Selected Area Only Starr Co via gimp-user-list 21 Aug 01:03
  Brightness/Contrast to Selected Area Only BradS 22 Aug 04:51
  Brightness/Contrast to Selected Area Only Ofnuts 23 Aug 19:06
Starr Co via gimp-user-list
2019-08-21 01:03:42 UTC (2 months ago)

Brightness/Contrast to Selected Area Only

Dear Gimp Users List:

I would like to apply Brightness/Contrast adjustments to only a selected area. It seems the adjustments are global despite having something selected. Is there a way to do this?

Michael

2019-08-22 04:51:29 UTC (2 months ago)
postings
4
contact
Send private message

Brightness/Contrast to Selected Area Only

Dear Gimp Users List:

I would like to apply Brightness/Contrast adjustments to only a selected
area. It seems the adjustments are global despite having something selected. Is there a way to do this?

Michael

Apologies Michael, I replied to the wrong message originally.

Have you tried the Dodge/Burn tool? Shift-D on a Mac (maybe PC too)

I'm using vers 2-10-12 on a 2019 Mac.

Good Luck Brad

BradS (via www.gimpusers.com/forums)
Ofnuts
2019-08-23 19:06:44 UTC (about 1 month ago)

Brightness/Contrast to Selected Area Only

On 8/21/19 3:03 AM, Starr Co via gimp-user-list wrote:

Dear Gimp Users List:

I would like to apply Brightness/Contrast adjustments to only a selected area. It seems the adjustments are global despite having something selected. Is there a way to do this?

Brightness/Contrast applies only to the selected pixels. Your problem could be elsewhere. How do you produce the selection? How so you check that the selection is still there?

Remember that on 2.10, you often have to "commit" the selection (strike [enter] or double-click).