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 about colour and black/white correction. Modify the general colour mood and neutralise white and black – the icing on the cake for professional colour correction.
Exposure: Influence lights, shadows, contrast and brightness in the final image. With the new dynamic brightness, you can adapt the light to the contents of each image individually.
Detail: Fine-tune clarity and micro-details with lights, shadows and mid-tones.
Colour: These colour settings are all about the luminosity of lights and shadows. You can even reduce the presence of unwanted chromatic aberrations.These light diffraction corrections allow you to purposefully remove the chromatic aberrations of a certain colour. Thereby a lens curve will be calculated backwards on top of the colour channel.
Palate: Adjust the saturation of individual colours.
Distortion: Take a closer look. These mighty tools can straighten out the horizon, correct camera angles and lens errors. Use “Autofit” to automatically trim any awkward borders.
The reference grid can be adapted in the distance between the grids as well as in its transparency. This is how you will always have the maximum overview when you are correcting your settings.