3.
For an image of unsigned bytes, how can it be contrast-reversed?
A Subtract each pixel from 255
B Subtract each

3.
For an image of unsigned bytes, how can it be contrast-reversed?
A Subtract each pixel from 255
B Subtract each pixel from 127
C Negate each pixel
D Subtract 255 from each pixel​

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  1. Answer:

    A Subtract each pixel from 255

    Step-by-step explanation:

    The way to find this is to look at the colour wheel and draw a line across it from green — you will find that the colour “opposite” it across the wheel is magenta. For an image of unsigned bytes, how can it be contrast-reversed? 255 – 255 = 0 and 255 – 0 = 255, so subtracting from 255 does this.

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