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Photo-Brush offers a set of color correction tools that allows you to adjust the color or tone of your image easily. With these tools you can correct contrast and brightness values, eliminate unwanted color casts, or even create special effects within an image

Automatic Adjustments

Auto Enhance Photos

This command performs a few automatic adjustments to the image. It adjusts the color levels to the full dynamic range, as well as adjusting midtones and correcting the color tone.


Use the Histogram function to check the tonal range and quality of your image.

With the Levels controls, you can set and adjust the highlights and shadows, change midtones, or stretch the tonal range.

Auto Levels

This command performs an automatic level adjustment. It redistributes (stretches) the range of brightness in the image to the maximum tonal range. You can find more info in the Levels.

Auto Color Cast Fix
This tool automatically balance the image to fix the dark grass, remove the blue haze and optimize the sky.


White Balance
This command may help you to fix some troublesome white balance images.


Use this tool to adjust the image Gamma value.

RGB Curves

Color correct the image, remove different color casts.


RGB Midtones

Adjusting RGB midtones.


Make contrast and Brightness adjustments to the image easily.


This command allows you to easily adjust the hue, saturation, and lightness of an image.


Color Equalizer

With this tool you can selectively (de)saturate or adjust saturation of any color without affecting the others.


Hue Equalizer

With this tool you can change color only of particular hue, yet the other colors will stay intact.


Channel Mixers

With RGB and B/W Channel Mixer you can turn the image to B/W (more sophisticated way than just Desaturate) or adjust the image by using just a small rgb channel shift or change the whole color feel of image.



Chromatic Aberration

This tool will help you to remove the chromatic aberration (so called purple fringing) caused by small sensor size, so typical for today compact digital cameras with cheap lenses.


Barrel Distortion

A very useful tool for correcting barrel lens distortions.


Perspective Correction

Another very useful tool, this time for fixing perspective.



This tool can help you to fix images with incorrect Exposure.



This tool simulates Polarizer filter for bright blue sky effect.




This is a color filter simulator, allowing you to see the effect of real color filters (Kodak range in this case) used for film or digital photography. After OK, the selected filter is applied on the image.



This command will create a negative of the image. ( Note to photographers: the "masking" as used by some film manufacturers is not included in this conversion; it is a reversal of color as utilized in non-masked negatives. If a photo-print negative is desired, you must fabricate your own mask and overlay with the resulting image.)


This command redistributes the brightness of the pixels to evenly cover the entire range within the open image. In some cases it produces well balanced images, but in many digital images, Auto Levels or Auto Enhance Photos is a better choice.



Convert the image to gray scale. Good for web or preview images. If you need perfect B&W result, we strongly suggest to use B/W Mixer.

B/W Mixer

Convert the image to Black&White based on manual channel mixing. The results are better than after Desaturate.


Convert the image to a desaturated sepia tone. The use of sepia tone is a visually pleasing method for expressing "The Retro-Look".