I use the Topaz Studio 2 package on occasion and I often wonder what each of the Filters actually achieve. Not specifically because I don't think they are useful but rather what their function is?
To make life a bit easier for myself, and hopefully for others I have summarized the filters below. These are the Filters (also known as Adjustments in the Topaz Studio 1 package) which are within the essential category. Stay Tuned as I will update this post with tutorials, and videos as I complete them.
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Topaz Studio 2 – Essential Filters:
|AI Clear||Allows the user to instantly remove noise within a photo without the need for complex tools or time-consuming steps.|
|Basic Adjustment||Allows the user to edit exposure, contrast, White and Black Points as well as Saturation.|
|Brightness Contrast||Allows the user to correct brightness, contrast and saturation.|
|Black and White||Allows the user to convert their images into dynamic and dramatic black and white images, especially through control of specific colour channels.|
|Curves||Allows users to adjust tones in order to brighten, darken, add contrast and/or to shift colours in images.|
|Dehaze||Lets the user try and invert the effects of fog, haze, light pollution and smoke to give clearer images.|
|HSL Colour Tuning||Allows the user to adjust the colour, hue, saturation and luminance / lightness of an image creating high range and natural colour transition manipulations.|
|Precision Contrast||Allows the user to Naturally enhance the contrast within an image without blowing out the highlights or shadows.|
|Precision Detail||Allows the user to enhance images through the sharpness without halos or artefacts for a tack sharp image.|
|Reduce Noise||Allows a user to easily reduce noise within an image.|
|Sharpen||Allows a user to enhance image details without the introduction of image noise.|
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