The Negative color adjustment layer processes a scanned film's negative into a printable photograph. Before digital cameras, photos were captured onto a special light sensitive film roll known as a negative. This film was named a negative because it would record the colors and lights which did not enter the camera lens. A negative film roll would then be taken to a photo printing shop to be processed and printed onto cards for normal viewing. If you use a scanner to transfer a negative film roll to your computer, then you can use PhotoPad's negative layer to transform the scanned negative film into the correct colors for viewing. Add a negative layer by clicking the Negative icon on the Filters tab of the toolbar.
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