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Mogrify question

Posted by: Administrator on February 24, 2004 12:58 AM
I've been trying to get mogrify to do what I need it to for some time, with no luck.

I need to to auto adjust the colors in my photos. For instance, I recently took some photos that had lots of white in them, from snow. They came out with a strong blue tint to them. When I use gThumb or ACDSee on them, and use the auto color level feature, the photos come out 'normal', with the snow white and the other colors brighter. I would use gThumb all the time, but it deletes my Exif data.

I had thought that mogriphy -normalize or -equalize would do the trick, but neither does. Is there some other switch that will do this, or perhaps combination of switches?



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