You can manually adjust Exposure, Contrast, Highlights, Shadows, Vibrance, Saturation in the Basic Tune panel or dig deeper to our proprietary detail enhancement methods. Apply Pro Contrast, Structure, Detail, and Micro Sharpness across highlight, mid-tone and shadow tonal ranges to add drama to any photo.
Color Temperature. Adjust the color temperature by dragging the Color Temperature slider from left to right. If the image is too warm, lower the color temperature by dragging the Color Temperature slider to the left.
If the image is too cool, increase the color temperature by dragging the Color Temperature slider tool to the right. The Tint slider affects the overall color cast of your image. Sliding it to the left will give a green tint to your image, while going to the right introduces a magenta tint.
Exposure. Controls the overall luminance value throughout the image. Adding exposure brightens the image while removing exposure darkens the image.
Contrast. Controls the differences in the relationships of tonal values. Adding contrast increases the difference between the highlights, midtones, and shadows. Removing contrast decreases the difference between these tonal values, “flattening” these relationships.
Pro Contrast allows you to adjust contrast separately in Shadows/Highlights/Midtones and then use the advanced “Offset” parameter to adjust the median value for the contrast tonal range. This works great for scenes with complex illumination, and can help reveal hidden details in low-contrast areas with Intensify.
On the first photo a regular contrast tool was applied. On the second photo, we've used Pro contrast to selectively adjust highlights, shadows and mid-tones.
Finds edges and avoids adding contrast to edges but rather affects areas between edges. Introducing Structure will produce an increase of perceived texture. Removing Structure decreases perceived texture.
Highlights. Texture control of the brighter values in the image, basically affecting the tones on the right side of the histogram independently from the darker values.
Midtones. Texture control of the tones lying within the middle of the histogram.
Shadows. Texture control of the darker values in the image, basically affects the tones on the left side of the histogram independently from the brighter values.
Softness. Controls the appearance of relative texture throughout the image.
Strength. Controls the power of the effect on the image.
This feature will reveal details in your photos resulting in a more crisp image.
Small, Medium, and Large. Use the Global Controls to affect the Small, Medium or Large Details in your image.
Highlights and Shadows. Use the panels to adjust the details in your desired tonal range. Masking: The dynamic masking feature allows you to reveal details only in important areas and can also help to fight noise or halos in your skies.
Improves the sharpening of your image in even smaller areas of fine detail and texture. The advanced parameters allow you to fine tune this subtle yet dramatic effect. With the “Masking” parameter you can mask out areas that should not be sharpened. Designed to introduce fewer artifacts to the image.
Amount. Effect of the micro sharpness applied to the image.
Radius. Distance away from contrast edges that the effect is applied.
Dehalo. Removes halo on the edges.
Masking. The dynamic masking feature allows you to reveal details only in appropriate areas and can help you define the sharpness in your image.
Controls the luminosity around the edges of the frame inward. This tool can be used to darken or lighten the edge of the frame, thus creating interest inside the frame to direct the viewer's attention.
Amount. Moving the slider to the left will darken the edge or move to the right to lighten the edge
Size. Controls how far in toward the middle the effect encroaches
Roundness. Controls the shape of the vignette effect, from round to rectangular or anywhere in between
Feather. The gradation of the effect from edge inward, the higher the feather the software the gradient
Luminosity. Increases the brightness of the center of the vignette
Place Center. Click on this button and place your cursor where you would like the center point to be. Click to place the center area on your image
Reset. Removes the vignette
In the case of an image with a single layer, this will decrease the overall filter effects on the overall image. Otherwise, if there are multiple layers, it will decrease only that layer’s opacity.