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Colour combination techniques
The Texturize mode converts the paint colour to greyscale,
then multiplies the greyscale value by the image colour.
The Colour mode is used to replace the colour of an
image with the hue and saturation values of the applied
colour, leaving the lightness value unchanged.
The Hue mode is used to replace the hue value of an
image with the hue value of the applied colour, leaving
saturation and lightness values unchanged.
The Saturation mode is used to replace the saturation value
of an image with the saturation value of the applied colour.
Using this mode, painting with white or black (which
have zero saturation) alters the underlying colours to their
equivalent greyscale values.
The Luminance mode is used to replace the lightness value
of an image with the lightness value of the applied colour.
The Red mode is used to replace the red channel (using
the RCB colour model) of an image with the red value of
the applied colour. Only the red channel is affected.
The Green mode is used to replace the green channel of
an image with the green value of the applied colour. Only
the green channel is affected.
The Blue mode is used to replace the blue channel of an
image with the blue value of the applied colour. Only the
blue channel is affected.
The lnvert mode is used to reverse the colours of an image.
A black-and-white image reverses to look like a photo
negative. A colour image reverses using additive colours.
PHOTO-PAINT provides a set of Merge modes, similar
to those of Picture Publisher, while Photoshop provides a set
of Mode Options, some of which are similar to Picture Publisher’s,
while others differ, offering results sometimes difficult
to predict, so that experimentation is recommended:
The Screen mode multiplies the inverse brightness values
of the pixels in both channels. The resulting colour is always
a lighter colour.
The Overlay mode performs a combination of multiplying
and screening. Applied colours are overlaid on the existing
pixels but the highlights and shadows are maintained.