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NAME curvr -- Automatic approximation of typical Photoshop actions SYNOPSIS curvr <input> [<process> [<param>...]] <output> curvall <directory> [<process>] curvrmail DESCRIPTION Editing images is a painful and repetitive process. The good hacker automates things like this. Aaron's filtr script doesn't quite do what I want and neither does the GraphicsMagick command line tool. This tool does automatic and acceptable approximations of the curves tool I use most often in Photoshop. The supporting scripts and config files enable the phone -> server -> Flickr workflow. ACTIONS curve (default) First normalizes the image by tucking white and black points, then applies a color map keeping whites and blacks consistent while darkening the mid-range. Approximates a slightly downward curve in the Photoshop Curves palette. bigcurve Bigger. 60% bigger even. anticurve Opposite of curve, boosting mid-range instead of darkening it. DEPENDENCIES GraphicsMagick Developed using GraphicsMagick 1.1.10 on Linux. Will likely work with 1.1.x and on other platforms, but I don't care to try. Flickr::Upload::FireEagle For uploading and automatic geotagging. See the small patch that prevents the FireEagle staleness check for localities. XML::Simple Digest::MD5 Mime::Base64 VERSION 0.2.1 DATE 2008-05-24 AUTHOR Richard Crowley <firstname.lastname@example.org> SEE ALSO <http://rcrowley.org/2007/11/08/introducing-curvr/> <http://www.aaronland.info/weblog/2006/07/31/baconmelon/#filtr> <http://rcrowley.org/2008/02/05/stop-doing-it-yourself-and-use-cpan-curvr-02/> LICENSE This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License <http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/>