Adjusting RGB Color of Image

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Our vision is sensitive to colors even if there is only a subtle change. Everyone has different tastes and experiences that affect their perception and identification of colors. For example, we commonly use a blue sky to represent a shining morning, a golden sunset as a beautiful dusk, and dark gray for a rainy day. This Demonstration lets you change the RGB color either for all the values together or separately to adjust your image.

Contributed by: Frederick Wu (March 2011)
Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA




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