Re: [Gimp-user] Shadows/Highlights

My bad. Sorry all. Because Firefox let me right-click and it seemed to
download a file, I assume, well, that it was downloading the file.
Interestingly, there is a file, as I attached in my earlier email, but its
content is HTML and its primary content is "FILE NOT FOUND." So, NOT
working from Wisconsin after all.

Guy Stalnaker
jimmyg521 gmail com

On Tue, Jan 2, 2018 at 7:11 PM, Patrick Shanahan <paka opensuse org> wrote:

* Patrick Shanahan <paka opensuse org> [01-02-18 20:03]:
* Frank <beacon videotron ca> [01-02-18 19:07]:

On 01/02/2018 04:37 PM, Steve Kinney wrote:

On 01/02/2018 01:58 PM, Julie Bennett wrote:

I'm relatively new to GIMP and Ubuntu.  I am moving away from using
photoshop/windows.  I'm a life long photographer and have developed a work
flow in photoshop.
With learning the structure of GIMP, I'm of course wanting to
recreate my work flow.

The one feature of photoshop I have come to rely on heavily is the
Shadows/Highlights function.  It is extremely important to me.
With it I can adjust and preserve the detail in shadow and highlight
areas of an image to approximate what I actually saw.
But, I can't seem to find something similar in Gimp.  Can someone
point me to the area of Gimp that may provide this?

Thanks in advance !!!!
Hey Julie,

The Shadow Recovery script-fu plugin may be helpful:

File not found.

works here

sorry, no it doesn't work here either.

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