Denoise Projects Functions Part 4

DENOISE projects 2 professional offers a wealth of different filters, so that the best result can be achieved for every image with the least amount of effort. Here, you can choose between a total of 69 post-processing effects which you can combine with each other as well as change individually.

If you want to have a good grasp of how these different filters work, then it is best to experiment on different images until you know what kind of effect each filter has on the image. To ease you into working with DENOISE projects 2 professional, you will find a list of every filter and effect in chronological order below. Please be aware that different filters can have totally different results when used on different images.

Balance local contrast:
The local contrast balance increases or reduces the local contrasts within the image. Increase local contrasts to increase depth in your image, for example.

Luminance contrast:
This effect sharpens contrasts within the picture by using a luminance mask.

Manual black/white point:
By manually defining black and white spots, you can manipulate the brightest and darkest spots of your picture in post-processing.

Restore highlights:
This effect brings out the details in the highlights.

Optimise structure:
Optimising the effect-structure intensifies the structure in the picture, without increasing potential existing image noise. If the structure is toned down, the picture details will be kept.

Adjust tonal value:
Adjust the tonal values in 8 different areas.

Vignetting allows you to correct a reduction or to increase an image´s brightness at the periphery. You can also use this effect as an artistic medium to direct the eye towards a certain area in an image.

Soft details:
"Soft details" enhances or reduce the details in your image by using a brightness mask. Soft contrast:
Soft contrast will adjust the contrast difference of individual parts of the image by using a blurring mask.

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