How to you judge whether a certain photograph is good or bad? By its subject? Or by the quality of the image? Well, what would you do if the subject is just great and yet some important details on the image are blurred, the picture is too flat or has the lack of brightness or contrast? Shall we just give up on it and trash it?
How about trying to recover it first? If we take AmphiSoft Photo Detailer, we can easily finish off the incomplete photo to turn it into a masterpiece.
Since the vast majority of users process their photos with Adobe Photoshop, this software provides the photo improvement toolkit as a plugin for that suite. AmphiSoft Photo Detailer brings its power in the additional tool groups that it adds to the image editor. Featuring advanced image processing algorithms, the newly added radius tool and the effect intensity, threshold, and image range groups will help you to recover details, improve local contrast on photos with bad or uneven lighting, and add some depth to very flat photos.
The software works with 8 bit per channel and 16 bit per channel RGB images and is fully compatible with the majority of popular Windows image editors, both premium, such as Adobe Photoshop, Macromedia Fireworks, JASC, Corel and Ulead, and numerous freeware ones, like IrfanView and XnView.
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