DENOISE projects

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. You have here the choice between a total of 69 post-processing effects that 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 below a list of every filter and effect in chronological order. Please be aware that different filters can have totally different results when used on different images.

 

Masking – details:.
Creates a mask based on the details in the image. This mask will be used on all subsequent effects until it is removed.
Masking – colour shades:
Creates a mask based on the selectable colour shades in the image. This mask will be used on all subsequent effects until it is removed.
Masking – gradation:
Creates a mask based on the adjustable gradation curve of the image brightness. This mask will be used on all following effects unless it is removed.
Masking – lights:
Creates a mask based on the highlights in the image. This mask will be used on all subsequent effects until it is removed.
Masking – shadow:
Creates a mask based on the shadows in the image. This mask will be used on all following effects, unless it is removed.
Masking – black/white points:
Creates a mask based on adjustable black and white points. This mask will be used on all following effects, unless it is removed.
Removing masking:
Removes the current mask from the calculation for all subsequent effects until a new mask is added.
Restore details:
Recovers detail from detail edges in the image, based on the original image.
Dilate:
Der dilatation effect enlarges bright areas in the image.
Dithering – Floyd-Steinberg:
Dithering creates a diffusion of errors that creates the impression of a softer image. This technique is often used in professional printing.