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Sam Simpson
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Feb 6, 2020
Learning...Learning...GO!
Vicious TNT
Streamer
7 days ago
Teddy Bear Tree! So cuuute <3
I'm stuck on the extra credit part of the Sepia Back in Time tutorial. Can't do it! What do the Lift Gamma and Gain wheels really do? Can someone explain it to me in words? I can see that they all are changing the colors, but I don't know exactly how and I cant get them to reproduce the effect in the tutorial...

Bryan Fusilier
Composer/ Game Developer
25 days ago
Reply@Bryan FusilierLift affects the darkest parts of your image the most, Gain affects the brightest area the most, and gamma affects the middle tones the most. So that means if you're adjusting the Lift, for example, you are changing the contrast of the darkest parts of the scene. Likewise with Gain and Gamma only the middle tones and lightest tones. Think of it like an "equalizer" for images.
No worries my friend. Best of luck to you.
25 days ago
Reply@Bryan FusilierLift affects the darkest parts of your image the most, Gain affects the brightest area the most, and gamma affects the middle tones the most. So that means if you're adjusting the Lift, for example, you are changing the contrast of the darkest parts of the scene. Likewise with Gain and Gamma only the middle tones and lightest tones. Think of it like an "equalizer" for images.
Thank you! I will keep trying to adjust the color ranges now that I know what I'm looking at.
Bryan Fusilier
Composer/ Game Developer
25 days ago
As far as the trouble you're having with the implementation of the changes within the tutorial. Im afraid i may need more information on what exactly is happening after the adjustments.
Bryan Fusilier
Composer/ Game Developer
25 days ago
Lift affects the darkest parts of your image the most, Gain affects the brightest area the most, and gamma affects the middle tones the most. So that means if you're adjusting the Lift, for example, you are changing the contrast of the darkest parts of the scene. Likewise with Gain and Gamma only the middle tones and lightest tones. Think of it like an "equalizer" for images.
Sam Simpson
published the webgl
Jan 28, 2020
Goofy first try
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