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Recoloring Images 

Recoloring is the process of adjusting image colors. Some examples of recoloring are changing one color to another, adjusting a color's intensity relative to another color, adjusting the brightness or contrast of all colors, and converting colors to shades of gray.

In This Section

How to: Use a Color Matrix to Transform a Single Color

Discusses using a color matrix to transform a color.

How to: Translate Image Colors

Shows how to translate colors using a color matrix.

Using Transformations to Scale Colors

Explains how to scale colors using a color matrix.

How to: Rotate Colors

Describes how to rotate a color using a color matrix.

How to: Shear Colors

Defines shearing and explains how to shear colors using a color matrix.

How to: Use a Color Remap Table

Defines remapping and shows how to use a color remap table.

Reference

ColorMatrix

Describes this class and contains links to all of its members.

ColorMap

Describes this class and contains links to all of its members.

Related Sections

Images, Bitmaps, and Metafiles

Provides a list of topics regarding the different types of images.

Working with Images, Bitmaps, Icons, and Metafiles

Contains a list of topics that show how to use different types of images.

Using Managed Graphics Classes

Contains a list of topics describing how to use managed graphics classes.

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