Like we can pinpoint a neutral color in an image via the curves menue.
Why not be able to pinpoint a certain color if you define that secific color in your foreground color ?
Like you can "click" a white, black or neutral point as it is.
So with a specific destination color, curves would pull the image towards the designated color.
And a "do what i just did again" function... and not just for filters and adjustment layers.
But f.ex... the brushstroke i just made, do that again.
just a thought.
moved thread to the Photoshop Feature Requests forum
Cornell, you can do that already. You can define any color point you want using the midpoint eyedropper in Curves. If you want this to be your forgeground color for example, just double click the gray eyedropper and click on the foreground swatch in your tool bar.
Midpoint shadow and highlight values are precisely definable in this way, but have to also pay attention to overall image luminosity.
Thank you very much for your reply !
I wasnt aware that the feature was already implemented in photoshop.