Increase contrast and subtle details to bring out surface texture.

This tool allows adjusting of image detail and clarity. Using this tool you can get a classic HDR effect with great detail or get a smoother picture with less detail. This is the main tool to increase contrast of the image and visualize more details in the image.

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Filter controls


By moving the slider to the right, the amount of visible detail in the image increases. Moving the slider to the left will cause the image to lose detail and flatten.


Controls the overall softness of structure and textures in the image. Moving the slider to the left will cause parts of the image to become less smooth and more unrealistic. Moving the slider to the right will cause the details to become more global and the image is more realistic.


Adjusts the overall display of details. When moving the slider to the left, the images will become more realistic and “calm." Moving the slider to the right will accentuate details and make the image more unrealistic.

Drew Hopper

Pro Photographer

Drew Hopper's curiosity for different ways of living have influenced his desires to travel to new and unfamiliar places. Through his travels he has developed a photographic style that is unique, instinctive and compelling. Drew is a regular contributor to Australian Geographic, covering photo assignments throughout Australia. He also regularly contributes and writes for Australian Photography and has been featured in numerous travel, photography and lifestyle magazines worldwide. In 2015 he won the ANZANG Nature Photographer OfThe Year award in the Botanical category.

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