Even better Various fine tuning controls allow for extensive post processing for professionals. Interestingly, I deliberately set sharpening to maximum in my imaging software to compare the same image developed in Projects, and Sharpen Projects pulled out more detail, but not at the expense of the usual sharpening artefacts. Just select the desired image or image series into the Lightroom image database, export to jobs which are sharpened edit and return the total result image to the database. Denoise is a different kettle of fish, and unlike many noise reduction settings, it seems to apply its effect intelligently, rather than a blanket noise reduction and doesn't seem to affect sharpness to the same effect. Don't know anything about them, but I'm a sucker for a new sharpening program. Your images will gain unmatched color and luminance sharpness! Even better: Various fine tuning controls allow for extensive post processing for professionals.
When saving the final image note that the first dialog, where it asks for the title, is going to write that over the image, it isn't the file name. The examples shown on their website look interesting and, at the reduced price, I am thinking of giving them a try. The integrated preview lets you quickly switch between the original and the processed image to help you keep track of your modifications and stay in full control of the sharpening process. This is because clear, life-like photos can only be attained with the right amount of sharpness in the right places. A dubious practice at best. If the product is good, it will be here. Again, it is a program that has a significant learning curve, and as has already been pointed out, some better user documentation would be very useful.
Of course more experienced photo editors can take advantage of the many fine-tuning options for more extensive post-processing. They do come up with new versions at a ferocious rate, which is a little annoying unless the changes are important to you. I have also just taken advantage two days ago to an email offer to upgrade from the standard version of Sharpen v1 standard to the pro version of Sharpen v2 for just over £30. It took me several tries, years ago, to become registered and then they thought my native language was German. Everything is tested before posting here to provide you the best experiment when using them, also we do not listed any crappy things.
And no digital camera in the world takes only perfect images, even the most experienced of photographers make mistakes! Oh and they still do occasionally send e-mails in German to English-speaking customers, don't worry about it. Also I suspect they haven't updated the installers that often and so only have an old version of the Raw file reader for Raw files saved by digital cameras. Ich habe das neue Sharpen projects im Test mit zahlreichen Ausgangsbildern und Motiven, von gescannt bis digital durchlaufen lassen. I also use a D810 with a Zeiss 135, on a tripod and cable release so motion blur rarely affects me. Took a quick look at their manual for Sharpen and, at first blush, seems full of unique features although their photo example for their cloning tool, or whatever they call it, does not do the product any justice - rather crappy result. At the top of that panel you can choose a colour filter to apply to the original assuming it's a colour image, the same as putting a filter on the lens and using B+W film , either as a preset or use the sliders the presets just move the sliders, e.
Thematic presets help you achieve the best result for your source image. I have had rapid and helpful responses to my emails in English , including a free upgrade to the pro version of Denoise because I couldn't get the standard version to work as a plugin with Photoshop. They are having a half off sale right now at: They do not appear to offer a trial version or, at least, I haven't found a link for one. This is of particular benefit to users of cameras with a high pixel density, i. If you're not running the 64-bit version of Windows, i. I don't yet have 3-shot images to work with, but this could be worth trying, and even bracketing exposure to see how it goes.
Again, it is a program that has a significant learning curve, and as has already been pointed out, some better user documentation would be very useful. The boxes at the top of the left panel filter the effects that are listed in the panel, so ignore them initially. You can thus achieve the visual sharpness of high-end quality! The Photoshop Plugin is an Export Automation plugin, which is less convenient than a plugin filter that can be applied to a layer. With 45 thematically tunes presets, you can achieve the perfect result based on your original photo. Mmmm, I have had Sharpen and DeNoise for a few years, so just to counterbalance your bad experiences. Ideal for post-processing that keeps your images vibrant and natural. Thematic presets help you achieve the best result for your source image.
It can be adjusted if the e. As mentioned old versions are often available for free via GiveAwayOfTheDay, although the initial registration process is a pain. I did find a trial download at the bottom of your linked web page, so will give it a try. This technology goes beyond what similar products can do and will give your pictures superior visual clarity that matches high-end tools. One can then add some structure to enhance that result and compensate for media losses like those caused by ink diffusion. Cheers, Graham AnOpticalView wrote: My experience of Franzis software not Sharpen I am afraid is that all should keep well clear.
Rechts deutlich, wie sich die Fellstruktur abzeichnet. Images need sufficient sharpness to be amazing. Due to some of your more positive comments, I figure it is worth the time to run the 30 day trial, so I will likely do that over the next little while. This unfortunately re-inforced my prejudice that this is a suspicious company best avoided. I don't yet have 3-shot images to work with, but this could be worth trying, and even bracketing exposure to see how it goes.