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Hi,

i have been looking to develop a photo editing software. but the problem is that the features are not in-built. I have taken a look at the JSR 234 (Advanced Multimedia Supplements) API and have been able to develop a tiny app.
i have been able to set various kind of effects, transformations and tonality features but i have run out of ideas now! anyone can suggest features? or maybe other APIs?

It should work on photos (not images), so here svg and related APIs are useless.
 
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