I've already talked at length about converting a temperature (in Kelvin) to an RGB triplet. But what if you simply want to adjust an image's temperature, without caring about the specifics of it? This article is for you. As a bonus, source code is also provided for tint adjustments. (read more)
After a successful (and relatively bug-free!) beta testing session, PhotoDemon 6.0 has been deemed "ready for mass consumption". Normally this is where I would put a download link, but let me instead refer you to the new home of all things PhotoDemon: photodemon.org... (read more)
It's taken nearly six months, but PhotoDemon 6.0 is finally ready for release. I've already talked about some of the great features this release includes, like powerful selection tools, EXIF and other metadata support, Curves and other new tools, so I'd recommend glancing through the linked article if you're curious. Since that article was written, a number of other features have been added or improved... (read more)
Fifteen years of free, open-source science and education projects are available for download at the tannerhelland.com programming directory.
Forty-five original songs are now available for download and streaming at the tannerhelland.com music directory.
I'm a bioinformaticist by trade. For most of my career, that skill set paid the bills while I used my evenings and weekends to write books, compose music, and work on a variety of open-source programming projects. Eventually - and fortunately - I came to the realization that while I greatly enjoy science, my heart lies elsewhere, so in 2011, I quit my job and took up writing full-time. The plan for 2013 is to find a publisher for my latest novel (fingers crossed!). In the meantime, I use this site to collect my many side projects, which I hope is more useful than hiding them in an obscure desk drawer.
Kind regards to all. ~Tanner