Ah, excuse me my english too. It is my second language and I understand that it isn’t perfect. However, I believe if you and I understand each other and can communicate and discuss things that are interesting for us it should be enough.
It is good to have open code and have a possibility to look how it works, but when it is big and complicated it might be difficult to understand it. Your answers helped me to catch the main idea and where to find the implementation of this idea in code. Thank you for detailed answer!
I think you provided me very important information about Vibrance “Skin-Tones - Hue According to Hue” instrument: the Hue range much broader than I initially expected (now I understand why). It is vary from Hue 357.13 to 91.7 degree, and this information strongly affect the way, how I use this instrument.
Originally I expected the range should be between 0 and 40 degree, or something like this, so I wanted to do skin-tones a little bit smoother and choose the next curve:
(because I thought that the middle of curve should be in the middle, I didn’t want affect the main color, just wanted to hide some skin color defects a little bit)
But now I understand that I was wrong. Let’s say I consider the middle tone as 16-20 degree (for the skin that I have on the particular photo). If I want to do colors smoother I need to use something like this:
(you can see that the intersection point with 45 degree line moved to the left to approximately 16-20 degree)
Now I know about the range, but I think it might affect the way the other photographers use this tool. Do you know what should we do to add this information (about affected color range) to RawPedia?