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.
- 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.