An overview of the most important RAW functions:

White balance: Here you can regulate the colour temperature. Use the pipette to select a white balancing colour directly from the image. Denoising/ Sharpness: This feature regulates the image’s noise and sharpness. Control the quality and different types of noise such as colour noise, banding or hot pixels. Colour balance/ white balance: Here it’s all…

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Selecting and Saving Sections of Images

Save final images using the buttons in the toolbar, from the file menu or use the corresponding keyboard shortcut (Ctrl+S). Cropping and captions As soon as you have initiated a file save, the cropping and caption window will open. If you do not wish to crop or add a caption to your image, click on…

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Composing Mode of NEAT projects

In the Composing mode of selective drawing you have the oppor-tunity to build up to 4 levels of images into your current motif. To switch into the composing modus, click on the “composing” button (1). From the list of choices (2) you can choose with which composing level you want to work with. With the…

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Selective Drawing – Creating Masks

Masks can also be created from a colour or brightness. With the button (1) you activate the “Create Mask” modus. You will find yourself in the standard mode “Create Mask out of Colour”(2). If you want to create the mask out of a brightness, chose the (3) button. The tolerance controller decides, how sharp (smaller…

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Motion Algorithms

Choose from any of the eleven Motion Recognition algorithms and compare their effects in Post Processing. Tip: Double-clicking sets an algorithm back to its standard value. Long-time exposure: This process determines the average for every pixel in a shot to simulate a type of long exposure. Remove Motion (Multipass): The motion is determined through a…

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The Magnifying Glass of NEAT projects

On the right-hand side (at the very top) in Post-processing you will find the 1:1 magnifying glass. The magnifying glass shows you the area under the mouse in a 1:1 pixel view. When clicking on the magnifying glass the new compare window will appear comparing your edited image and the original image. It simultaneously gives…

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Neat projects filter presets

Locating presets can be difficult when you have imported presets or created many additional looks. For example, enter “filter” into the search bar and only presets relating to “filter” will be shown, for example “Gradient filter” or “Colours Red filter”. This makes the search a lot easier. Name Favourites Have you found certain presets that…

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Neat projects variation browser

The variation browser allows you to choose from different versions of a function and is primarily operated with the mouse: Shifting the segment: hold down the left mouse button, before moving the mouse Zooming in: Scroll up Zooming out: Scroll down Choosing the variant: double left click on the image Setting a referent: left click…

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