BrainStorm Cool Tip: Crop, Reduce Red-Eye, and Add Sepia Tones to Your Photos in SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10
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By BrainStorm, Inc.
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Posted: 2 Mar 2007
Crop, Reduce Red-Eye, and Add Sepia Tones to Your Photos in SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10
F-Spot, the powerful photo browser, editor, and export tool bundled with SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 gives you the power to crop, reduce red-eye and adjust color like the pros. Here's a tip to help you make the most of your digital snapshots.
- Open F-Spot from your Computer menu
- Double-click the photo you wish to edit or click the Edit Photo icon on your toolbar.
- Use your mouse to draw a rectangle selection on the photo.
- Click the Contraints button to constrain the aspect ratio of your rectangle.
- Click the Crop button to crop the photo to the selected area.
Reduce Red Eye
- Use your mouse to draw a rectangle selection around the red eyes in the photo.
- Click the Red Eye Removal button to replace the red eye color with a more neutral tone.
Change Color, Brightness, and Hue
- Click the Color Correction button.
- Adjust the scales of color, brightness, hue, tint, and white balance as necessary.
Create a Black and White Photo
- Click the Color to Black and White button.
Create a Sepia Toned Photo
- Click the Sepia Tone button.
Go Back to the Original Version
- To the left of the editing window, click the button next to Version.
- Select Original.
To see a flash demonstration of this tip, go to http://ee.brainstorminc.com/download/122editphoto.swf.
For more Web- and Flash-based instructor-led tutorials on how to use SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop features, check out the SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 Computer-Based Training from BrainStorm, Inc.