I agree with you on all points, except " It does not seem possible to brush color on white areas of an image."
It is possible, if you get exposure down, but the color will be not the one you selected for the brush - for R, it will be mixed with G and B in some proportion.
I understand that in...
Whether white is called "maximum" color or "no color", is not an issue here (I called in "neutral", though it, probably, better describes grey).
The issue is that the color selected by (H,S) pair (and with L assumed to be 50%, I think) and shown as such as the brush color, does not correspond...
Thank you, Johan.
I do understand that there's a mixture, but in my case the area underneath is completely white, so there is no detail whatsoever, and the second component of the mixture is neutral.
The practical case in question is that I got a picture where a street lamp, which is...
Hi all -
I'd appreciate an explanation of how colored adjustment brushes work.
What I see is that even when I have an absolutely white area
on the histogram,
and I select brush color as
which gives a seemingly pure Red, my brush with
(Feather-0, Flow=100 and...