Retina All Filters

SmartSharpen_24x24 The Smart Sharpness function offers two complex adaptive filters that provide intelligent sharpening. The local contrast is modified at the pixel level while the overall contrast of the picture is maintained. This increases the perceived sharpness; textures are accentuated without introducing the noise that is common with traditional sharpening filters.

Sharpen_24x24 The Smart Sharpness & Smart Blur function combines the Smart Sharpness and Gaussian Blur filters. Advanced algorithms identify the image sections where the filters can be applied. This increases perceived sharpness and textures only in relevant areas of the image while backgrounds are softened.

Flash_Icon._24x24 The Digital Flash function maximizes the contrast and corrects the luminosity, while also optimizing the saturation. Similar to a traditional fill-in flash the filter lightens darker and lighter areas increasing the brightness of a picture.

Saturation_24x24 The Saturation function adjusts the intensity of specific color components of an image that need to be accentuated while preserving the intensity of all other colors in the image.

SmartContrast01_24x24 The Smart Contrast function recognizes the range of possible adjustments for a specific image within which the user will perceive the picture as well balanced. The increase or decrease in image contrast in this range will affect the bright and dark areas of a photo; dark colors become darker and light colors become lighter.

SmartBrightness_24x24 The Smart Brightness function recognizes the range of possible adjustments where the user will perceive the picture as well balanced.

SmartGamma 24x24 The Smart Gamma functions recognize the range of possible adjustment where the user will perceive the picture as well balanced.  The change in Gamma impacts the overall brightness of an image. If Gamma is not accurately corrected to match the display, the image can look either bleached out, or too dark.

 

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