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      Effect:Color Burn
      Category:Math and Logic
      Speed:Fast

      Description: The Color Burn Effect produces a traditional photographic Burn effect.

      A Burn divides an inverted Color 2 by Color 1, and then inverts the result. This darkens the Color 1 increasing the contrast to reflect Color 2. The darker Color 2 is, the more its color is used. Blending with Color 2 set to white produces no difference. When Color 2 contains a grey color, the effect is equivalent to changing the black point to the inverted color.

       
      Options: Color Burn Effect has the following Options Pane:

      Burn Red:If set to a Red X, the Red Channel is not Burned. If set to a Green Check Mark the Red Channel of Color 2 is Burned to the Red Channel of Color 1.
      Burn Green:If set to a Red X, the Green Channel is not Burned. If set to a Green Check Mark the Green Channel of Color 2 is Burned to the Green Channel of Color 1.
      Burn Blue:If set to a Red X, the Blue Channel is not Burned. If set to a Green Check Mark the Blue Channel of Color 2 is Burned to the Blue Channel of Color 1.
      Burn Alpha:If set to a Red X, the Alpha Channel is not Burned. If set to a Green Check Mark the Alpha Channel of Color 2 is Burned to the Alpha Channel of Color 1.
      Output Color 1:By default this is set to REPLACE which means that the set color will be output to Color 1. You can change this as explained in Options Pane Color Mixers.
      Output Color 2:By default this is set to IGNORE which means that the Color 2 will be ignored (the original Color 2 will be kept). You can change this as explained in Options Pane Color Mixers.

      Example: The following images show the Color Burn Effect.

      Our first image combines three Effects. In Slot 1 we have a Texture Effect with our Arches National Park photo loaded. In Slot 2 we have a 2-Color Gradient with default values but Output Color 1 set to Ignore and Output Color 2 set to Replace:

      In Slot 3 we now load Color Burn and get this result:

      The next image replaces the 2-Color Gradient with a 4-Color Gradient with Output Color 1 set to Ignore and Output Color 2 set to Replace:

      In Slot 3 we now load Color Burn and get this result:

       

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