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When tinting we know that the color of tint is opposite in lightness / darkness. As in violet produces a dark purple. Lemonchiffon produces dark gold.

That is not the only thing that is opposite.
Percentages of Tint are also opposite!
As in 1.01% produces A LOT of tint.
Where 99.999% produces a touch of tint.

Negative tint numbers so far seem to only produce black.
There maybe exceptions?

I took this image to Arbor ImageMagick to F/X


Set the Parameter to 99.999%

Select Tint

Select Opacity

Type in the hex code of #cdad00 which is dark gold

This is that result


To add special effects to your image, enter your effects parameter and method. Note, only methods denoted with an asterisk require a parameter value. Next, press effect to continue.


Choose from these special effects:
convolve *oil paint *stereo
F(x) *sepia tone *swirl *
implode *shadow *tint
morph *solarize *wave *
mosaicstegano *charcoal drawing *

Press to your image or the form.

Optional F/X Attributes

Channel Fill Color

Miscellaneous options:
use clipboard image as source for F(x).

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