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The traditional image editors use the curve method for color correction. For example, you open the following image in the editor:
launch the Curve command and set the curve values:
as a result, you get:
The drawback of this method is that you don't always understand in which direction you should move certain curve.
Curve Pilot offers you a revolutionary new method for color correction: simply indicate which color you want to get as a result of color correction and Curve Pilot will:
The corrected images can be saved in the JPEG or TIFF formats and the curves can be used for the fine tune-up in another editor, Adobe Photoshop, for example.
The program is provided on an "as is" basis and is not supported temporally.
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