What is Build-In Preset "Black Paint on White" in image editing?

So I saw in the image editing screen a build-in preset “black paint on white”

Does anyone knows where this setting is for? I tried googling it but can’t seem to find it

Schermafbeelding 2023-05-03 om 14.05.54

Thank you in advance!

Lightburn documentation doesn’t seem to address it’s purpose… directly…

The document screenshot is version 0.9… we are currently on 1.4… so it’s lagging a bit…


Save settings for your image… You may want to apply the same adjustments to different photos, so you can save and recall them…

Put an image in there and click on one of them… you will see the effect…

:smile_cat:

i believe it is in reference to burning a black painted white tile. it is not exactly the same as burning the inverse of an image. I have not seen it on light burn, but imagR has it. never used it personally i always just manipulate the image to burn the way i want it in lightburn. offset of zero can do amazing things

I wanted to engrave black painted clear acrylic for the first time. Was playing with the image first because the quality isnt that good unfortunately. I can accross it so i thought, im just gonna ask :blush:

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