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.


Reducing chromatic aberrations:
Reducing chromatic aberrations (errors caused by optical lenses) removes the colour seams between bright and dark areas occurring due to light shining towards the lens (colour source errors).

Chromatic correction (CA):
Chromatic correction enables the correction of diffraction, separately for each other channel.

Balance chrominance:
Balancing the chrominance reduces the colour spots that might be created by colour noise. The colours will be changed in such a way to generate a neutral image effect.

Colour balance:
Use the colour balance to produce a targeted colour tone correction in your image by selecting red, green or blue and weighting it against its counterpart.

Colour dynamics:
Colour dynamics intensify the colours in the picture. Strongly saturated colours will be reduced and blue shades will be strongly modified.

Colour channel gradation:
Set up separate gradation curves for the colour channels red, green and blue.

Colour channel gradation (Log):
Determine the exposure curve of the RGB colour channels for the picture with the logarithmic gradation curve for colour channels, especially the darker areas of the picture can be identified.

Adjust colour channels:
Adjusting the colour channels lets you determine the intensity of red, green and blue and lets you spread the tonal values of the colour channels with a Sigmoid function.

Mix colour channels:
This effect mixes the RGB channels depending on your settings. You can for example exchange the red for the blue channel.

Colour intensity:
Colour intensity is a filter which mixes colour temperature and saturation. The intensity of the pixel colour is strengthened to match the nearest pure colour or weakened to differ from it.

Colour palette:
The colour palettes allows you to make targeted adjustments to individual colour area of the image.

Correct colour tone:
The tone correction enables you to select a single hue in the image and correct it selectively

Colours – Saturation – Exposure:
This filters allows you modify colour tones, saturation, and image exposure.

Adjust colour:
The adjust colours effect allows you to individually change the colour angle of the six basic colour tones: red, yellow, green, cyan, blue, purple.

Expose colours: The expose colour effect allows you to individually change the brightness of the six basic colour tones: red, yellow, green, cyan, blue, purple.

Calibrate colour value:
Calibrate a selectable colour value in your image.

Colour light/shadow:
Colour light and shadow allow you to target areas of light or shadow and either strengthen or weaken colours there.

Manual RGB points:
Use the manual RGB points to individually control the black and white levels for every colour component.

Manual white balance:
Manual white balance is used to calculate a white balance with a single colour.

RGB Transformation:
Transform your image individually for each colour channel.

RGB transformation (automatical):
Transforms your picture automatically with an iterative process onto optimal basic settings for the black points and for the Gamma values of the RGB channels.

Soft focus – keep detail:
Soft focus keeping details is a strong blurring filter which nevertheless retains existing detail in the image.

Smooth colour tone:
The colour tone smoother allows you to put only one shade of colour in the image into softer focus, meaning that you can select the skin colour of a portrait, for example, and alter the focus here without affecting the rest of the picture.