Six new ways to combine multiple RAW images.SILKYPIX Developer Studio Pro10 Feature

New, patented compositing of multiple RAWs allows you to create a view of the world that cannot be represented from a single image. It automatically aligns images according to ISL image coincidence detection technology to combine them without any shift, even with hand-held shooting.


Multiple Exposure

Combine multiple images shot together during the same scene to create highly detailed and realistic images much more effectively than with normal noise reduction.

Combine multiple images shot together during the same scene to create highly detailed and realistic images much more effectively than with normal noise reduction.


Multiple Exposure Night View

Create long-exposure, beautiful night scenes images from multiple images. Provides noise reduction and saturation for nightscapes, as well as black-level compositing.

Noise reduction and saturation for nightscapes, and black-level compositing are performed.This mode allows you to create a long-exposure, beautiful night scenes from multiple images taken hand-held shooting.


Lighten Composition

Compares each of the selected images while giving priority to the lighter areas of each image.

Compares each of the selected images while giving priority to the lighter areas of each image.


Remove Moving Objects

Removes moving subjects from multiple images of the same shooting scene and combines the result into a single image.

Removes moving subjects from multiple images of the same shooting scene and combines the result into a single image.


Stroboscopic Motion

Composites a moving subject from multiple images in the same scene. Finish as a sequence image that appears to emit light continuously to express movement.

Composites a moving subject from multiple images in the same scene. Finish as a sequence image that appears to emit light continuously to express movement.


Depth of Field Composition

Composites images with different focus positions from the front to the back to create an image with a wide range of focus.

Composites images with different focus positions from the front to the back to create an image with a wide range of focus.