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Steps for adjusting a whiteboard photo in Paint.NET

Posted by jpluimers on 2014/03/21

Based on a few links, these are the steps I used to enhance the photo of a whiteboard using Paint.NET:

  1. Auto-Level
  2. Reduce-Noise=Max
  3. Duplicate-Layer
  4. Gaussian-Blur=20
  5. Invert Colors
  6. Layer-Blend-Mode=Color Dodge
  7. Reduce-Noise=Max

These are the links I used to come to this list:

Below are the steps on an image I got from The collective awareness | Idea By Window.

–jeroen

Todo: compare the ImageMagick script against https://plus.google.com/u/0/+IlyaGrigorik/posts/Cjpo67YrL4B

There, John Layt pointed me at these two tools:

Steps

20140321-Paint.NET-history-for-adjusting-Whiteboard-Photos

Edited whiteboard.jpg (click to enlarge)

Adjusted whiteboard image

Adjusted whiteboard image

Original whiteboard.png  (click to enlarge)

Original whiteboard image

Original whiteboard image

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