If you send your question at the right place, there will be plenty of them to assist.
The fact remains, your simple tool as you like to call it, is an excellent & very, very useful tool.
In deed, it is a very noble thing to do. However, it is not about the money only, it is about the idea that could be improved and raised at the different level. You perhaps will be happy to write it the way it is and leave it at that, on the other hand you have talented people such as your self that will bring this simple tool as you call it along with you on a totally different level. Weather it is free or not, if it is part of the Photoshop, Lightroom, etc. It is just a nice and practical way. Now, with regards of you having enough money is a beautiful & convenient position, but nevertheless your future ideas could be supported with the funds you receive from your tools. At the end, we have the tool free of charge thanks to you, but eventually somebody along the way will replace it, and I am in favor of the original creator, that’s all.
oh that's a good point indeed. I am opened to any kind of collaboration. In fact I sent an email to Adobe's website, not to sell them my tool, but to give them the idea of it being put into future PS versions.
Thanks a lot for taking your time on these comments Danijela. And sorry for the delay; I just come to the Luminous from time to time to find out what's going on.
I am indeed planning to enhance Tone Hacker with HSV curves. Coming soon...
PS: on the last version (1.1) which can now be downloaded, I put a couple of useless digital effects into it, just to play not to mean anything useful. If wanna try just donwload it.
A demostration of these effects can be found here:
: random pixels explosion. Radius explosion selectable:Original imageMOSAIC FUSION
: fusion of two images forming a mosaic of selectable width:
The images were these:Image 1Image 2INTERLACE
: vertical or horizontal interlacing with selectable width and displacement:Original imagePS DARKEN/CLEARING FUSION MODE
: this was a request from another forum user. He wanted to be able to perform something like PS Darken/Bright layer modes; which select for each pixel the darkest/brightest of two layers, but in this case for any luminance value. I mean, not only to pick up the pixel closer to 0 or to 255 level, but the one closer to any selectable value ranging from 0 to 255. The example below show the fusion of 2 images selecting pixels closer to 127-level. The result is not pleasant, but it is not used as is. In fact is a part of more complicated processings.
The images were these:Image 1Image 2