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Summary

In this module, you learned how to darken, brighten, and tint the colors in a Picture object.

What's next?

You will probably learn more than you already know about interfaces, arrays of type Object, etc., in the next module.

While not a requirement of the course, you can select the following links to view optional online video lectures on the material in thismodule.

Miscellaneous

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Housekeeping material
  • Module name: Java OOP: Darkening, Brightening, and Tinting the Colors in a Picture
  • File: Java3018.htm
  • Published: 08/01/12
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Complete program listing

A complete listing of the program discussed in this module is shown in Listing 10 below.

Listing 10 . Complete program listing.
/*File Prob04 Copyright 2008 R.G.Baldwin *********************************************************/import java.awt.Color; public class Prob04{public static void main(String[] args){Prob04Runner obj = new Prob04Runner(); obj.run();}//end main }//end class Prob04//======================================================// class Prob04Runner{public Prob04Runner(){//constructor System.out.println("Display your name here.");}//end constructor //----------------------------------------------------//public void run(){ Picture skater = new Picture("Prob04a.bmp");skater.explore(); skater = crop(skater,6,59,392,293);Picture hole = new Picture("Prob04b.bmp"); hole.explore();hole = crop(hole,6,59,392,293); Picture snowScene = new Picture("Prob04c.jpg");snowScene.explore(); snowScene = crop(snowScene,6,59,392,293);//Make all the pixels darker in the snow scene except // for those in the location of the hole. Make them// brighter. darkenBackground(hole,snowScene);//Apply a red tint to the skater redTint(skater);//Draw the skater on the snowScene. greenScreenDraw(skater,snowScene,0,0);//Display students name on the final output and // display it.snowScene.addMessage("Display your name here.",10,15); snowScene.explore();System.out.println(snowScene); }//end run method//----------------------------------------------------// //Assumes the source has a pure green background.// Applies a red tint to every pixel that is not pure // green.private void redTint(Picture pic){ Pixel[]pixels = pic.getPixels(); Color color = null;int red = 0; int green = 0;int blue = 0; for(int cnt = 0;cnt<pixels.length;cnt++){ color = pixels[cnt].getColor(); //Apply a red tint to all non-green pixelsif(!(color.equals(Color.GREEN))){ //Increase the value of the red componentred = color.getRed(); if(red*1.25<255){ red = (int)(red * 1.25);}else{ red = 255;}//end else //Decrease the value of blue and greengreen = (int)(color.getGreen()*0.8); blue = (int)(color.getBlue()*0.8);//Apply the new color to the pixel. pixels[cnt].setColor(new Color(red,green,blue)); }//end if}//end for loop }//end redTint//----------------------------------------------------// //Assumes the pattern image has a pure green background.// Assumes that the pattern and the destination have the // same dimensions. Darkens every pixel in the// destination that is at the location of a green pixel // in the pattern. Applies a red tint to every pixel// in the destination that is at the location of a // non-green pixel in the patternprivate void darkenBackground( Picture pattern,Picture dest){ Pixel[]patternPixels = pattern.getPixels(); Pixel[]destPixels = dest.getPixels(); Color color = null;int red = 0; int green = 0;int blue = 0; for(int cnt = 0;cnt<patternPixels.length;cnt++){ color = patternPixels[cnt].getColor(); if(color.equals(Color.GREEN)){//Darken corresponding pixel in the destination. color = destPixels[cnt].getColor(); destPixels[cnt].setColor(color.darker()); }else{//Apply a red tint to the corresponding pixel in // the destination.color = destPixels[cnt].getColor();red = color.getRed(); if(red*1.25<255){ red = (int)(red * 1.25);}else{ red = 255;}//end else green = (int)(color.getGreen() * 0.8);blue = (int)(color.getBlue() * 0.8); destPixels[cnt].setColor(new Color(red,green,blue)); }//end else}//end for loop }//end darkenBackground//----------------------------------------------------// //Assumes a source image with a pure green background.// Copies all non-green pixels from the source image to // the destination image at the location explained// below. Note that JPEG images typically won't have // a pure green background even if they had a pure// green background before being compressed into the // JPEG format. BMP images work well for this.private void greenScreenDraw( Picture source,Picture dest, //Place the upper-left corner// of the source image at the // following location in the// destination image. int destX,int destY){ int width = source.getWidth();int height = source.getHeight(); Pixel pixel = null;Color color = null; for(int row = 0;row<height;row++){ for(int col = 0;col<width;col++){ color = source.getPixel(col,row).getColor();if(!(color.equals(Color.GREEN))){ pixel = dest.getPixel(destX + col,destY + row);pixel.setColor(color); }//end if}//end inner loop }//end outer loop}//end greenScreenDraw //----------------------------------------------------////Crops a Picture object to the given width and height // with the upper-left corner located at startCol and// startRow. private Picture crop(Picture pic,int startCol,int startRow, int width,int height){ Picture output = new Picture(width,height);int colOut = 0; int rowOut = 0;int col = 0; int row = 0;Pixel pixel = null; Color color = null;for(col = startCol;col<startCol+width;col++){ for(row = startRow;row<startRow+height;row++){ color = pic.getPixel(col,row).getColor();pixel = output.getPixel(colOut,rowOut); pixel.setColor(color);rowOut++; }//end inner looprowOut = 0; colOut++;}//end outer loop return output;}//end crop }//end class Prob04Runner

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