Progress Report#2 – The Color Balance Filter Implemented in Krita

The Color Balance Filter is one of the easiest way to add an “atmosphere” to an image and now this can be done very easily in Krita. The filter can be applied to separate ranges of the image i.e Highlights, Shadows or Midtones to get the desired results. The implementation included making everything from scratch that is designing the User interface and then writing the code for the transformation of the image.

David Revoy(IRC Nick deevad) made a video and also applied the filter in one of his speed painting to illustrate the effects and variations, the Color Balance Filter can produce.

The Original Image

The Original Image

Image edited with Color Balance

Image edited with Color Balance



To sum it all, we now have a very quick way to change the color balance of an image.

Coming up next is the Gaussian Blur Bug fix and implementing the Spot Blur Filter.   

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