WavelengthPro Version 2.0 Release Notes

*scroll down for release notes*

This is WavelengthPro, software for full-spectrum and multi-spectral photo editing. The first video shows a demo of the original version including the Kodak Ektachrome IR film Emulator, Channel Mixer and pseudo colour-mapping. It’s an example of some ways to merge infrared, visible & ultraviolet images together:

This video (and this blog post) shows multiple ways someone might edit ultraviolet images, including Luminance Mapping:

Then finally here is a start to finish edit of an ultraviolet image to apply the ‘Gold UV’ effect:


Release Notes

Fixes of V1.2 Issues:

  • Removed pop-up welcome message
  • Added default settings

New Features Added:

  • Colour-Space Mixer
  • Colour Purity Tool
  • Cloud-Balancer
  • General editing of images (hue shift/brightness/contrast/invert/etc)
  • General loading of images (non-spectral)
  • ‘Drop to Pool’ functionality for all tools
  • Drag and Drop functionality for loading images
  • Custom greyscale in Multi-Channel Mixer
  • Advanced settings to edit config file directly
  • About WLP menu
  • Examples menu with links
  • Scale Pool

Upgrades:

  • Three image pools (Spectral, Created & General)
  • Settings now in wlpConfig.ini instead of text file
  • More basic settings options
  • More greyscale options in Multi-Channel Mixer
  • 3DLUT for Lab & LCHab colour-spaces

Random Idea

Ok this really is an idea that’s fresh in my head, i couldn’t sleep and this
started swimming around..

Multi-Spectrum Imaging: Quantitively assigning the entire EM
spectrum to a corrasponding RGB value and building some sort of multifunctioning
camera that can capture all the different types of shots then transform them
into this image.
An added thought was to assign shades of gray to the entire
sonic spectrum then apply this ‘shader’ to the same image..

Different Imaging techniques in use

Purely experimental, but if it could be done would demonstrate ways of
visualising multiple areas of electromagnetism at the same time.