Improving images using the Levels filter


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Improving images using the Levels filter

Sometimes your job won't be designing the latest and greatest interface. Instead, it might be to fix images, which have been sent to you by the client. Sometimes these images are too dark or too bright. Sometimes there is too much contrast or they may display a strange color shift. We can address a variety of these concerns using the Levels dialog box, and Fireworks allow us to do this in both a permanent or in an editable manner. The first thing I'm going to show you is the permanent way of making a change. By permanent, I mean you'll also hear the term destructive. We're permanently changing the pixel values in the image.

So I want to make sure, first of all, that my image is selected. I'm just going to scroll down a little bit on my image, so we can see more of it. I'll go up to my Filters menu and go to Adjust Color. I have an option down here at the bottom called Levels. Now we've looked at the Levels dialog box briefly in other lessons, but I just want ...

Improving images using the Levels filter
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Improving images using the Levels filter provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Jim Babbage as part of the Fireworks CS5 Essential Training

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Web
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Fireworks
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