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by Bery0za
2017-12-23T12:37:55-07:00
Forum: Magick.NET
Topic: Set "compose:clamp" to "off"
Replies: 5
Views: 6279

Re: Set "compose:clamp" to "off"

So here we go (click for full res) Original https://thumb.ibb.co/keGRvR/orig.jpg Gaussian blur and subtracting, R = 2, sigma ≈ 1/3 * R https://thumb.ibb.co/dfHYaR/hpblur.jpg Convolution, R = 2, Gain = 1 https://thumb.ibb.co/b7r4h6/hpconvolve1.jpg Convolution, R = 2, Gain = 5 https://thumb.ibb.co/f8R...
by Bery0za
2017-12-23T10:39:44-07:00
Forum: Magick.NET
Topic: Set "compose:clamp" to "off"
Replies: 5
Views: 6279

Re: Set "compose:clamp" to "off"

Thanks for your advice. HDRI version of Magick.NET realy solves the problem. Clamping can be set to off with SetArtifact method of MagickImage class. Final result: public MagickImage HighPass(MagickImage src, double radius = 2) { MagickImage dst = (MagickImage)src.Clone(); dst.GaussianBlur(radius, r...
by Bery0za
2017-12-22T01:12:59-07:00
Forum: Magick.NET
Topic: Set "compose:clamp" to "off"
Replies: 5
Views: 6279

Set "compose:clamp" to "off"

Hey, I'm trying to implement photoshop-like high-pass filter. One of the steps is subtracting blurred image from it`s original, but composing operation should keep values below zero. In ImageMagick this can be done with "-set option:compose:clamp=off". How can I do this in Magick.NET? public MagickI...