Here is the original reference photo. It was taken in early 2016 by either me or one of my family members, I don't remember.
This is a place I have lots of memories of https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-116.2295244,364a,35y,90h/data=!3m1!1e3
I've used photoshop cc, krita, GIMP, and clip studio paint now. From what I can tell, only krita and GIMP have fully featured dedicated CTA controls. CSP only has CTA for the color white. Photoshop seems to not have the functionality at all.
It was very fun to set up this smartphone projector. I want to try to put together a more permanent one.
I found out that you can make a makeshift projector with just a magnifying glass and a smartphone(brightness on full) in a completely dark room. Put the two implements roughly a foot apart and a 3ish meters away from the wall. Good for projecting trippy visualizer music videos onto whatever. It's just crisp enough to use for tracing things as well, such as sewing patterns so you don't have to print them out.
@email@example.com are you familiar with Valentina? I recently discovered it. It's a free open source clothes pattern-making program with tools to customize patterns to personal measurements https://valentinaproject.bitbucket.io/ I haven't used it, but the codebase is being actively updated and its features look very rich