Greens

BlackWhiteAdjustmentLayer.Greens property

Gets or sets the greens value.

public int Greens { get; set; }

Property Value

The greens value.

Examples

The following example demonstrates how you can add the black white adjustment layer at runtime in Aspose.PSD

[C#]

string sourceFileName = "Stripes.psd";
string outputFileName = "OutputStripes.psd";
using (PsdImage image = (PsdImage)Image.Load(sourceFileName))
{
    BlackWhiteAdjustmentLayer newLayer = image.AddBlackWhiteAdjustmentLayer();
    newLayer.Name = "BlackWhiteAdjustmentLayer";
    newLayer.Reds = 22;
    newLayer.Yellows = 92;
    newLayer.Greens = 70;
    newLayer.Cyans = 79;
    newLayer.Blues = 7;
    newLayer.Magentas = 28;

    image.Save(outputFileName, new PsdOptions());
}

The following example demonstrates how you can manipulate the black white adjustment layer properties in Aspose.PSD

[C#]

sourceFileName = "BlackWhiteAdjustmentLayerStripesMask.psd";
outputFileName = "OutputBlackWhiteAdjustmentLayerStripesMask.psd";
using (PsdImage image = (PsdImage)Image.Load(sourceFileName))
{
    var blwhLayer = (BlackWhiteAdjustmentLayer)image.Layers[1];

    blwhLayer.Reds = 15;
    blwhLayer.Yellows = 25;
    blwhLayer.Greens = 35;
    blwhLayer.Cyans = 10;
    blwhLayer.Blues = 50;
    blwhLayer.Magentas = 105;
    blwhLayer.UseTint = true;
    blwhLayer.BwPresetKind = 4;
    blwhLayer.BlackAndWhitePresetFileName = "bwPresetFileName";
    blwhLayer.TintColorRed = 60;
    blwhLayer.TintColorGreen = 80;
    blwhLayer.TintColorBlue = 200;

    image.Save(outputFileName, new PsdOptions());
}

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