Regulate the gradation of light and shade in your photos.
You can address tone problems in your photos using a variety of tools, including modification of contrast and also using the Black Level Tool. To correct tone in your image, you must establish what is the absolute black value of your photo.
Black is black, except when its not. Most black objects have tone values, such as black tires. Absolute black such as the black of space has no tone value.
Restoring the Beauty of Metals
Increasing contrast can deepen and reveal features in metallic objects.
Boosting Contrast to Remove Haze
Poor lighting and atmospheric problems can result in flat looking images. Increasing contrast increases details in the fox.
Adjusting Tone When There is Too Much Contrast
Sometimes too much contrast can diminish texture values, especially in fashion photography. Lowering contrast using SILKYPIX sliders can restore textures and patterns of soft subjects.
Fixing Washed Out Photos
Colors appear washed out in the image because the dark areas are too bright. This is where SILKYPIX Black Level tool comes into play.
This problem is resolved by picking and setting the absolute black in the image. Darker areas become darker but colors become more vibrant.
Correcting Flash Photography Problems with Black Levels
Black levels are affected in flash photography. Dark areas are too bright and tone is weakened in the rest of the composition.
Select and establish the absolute black in the image and SILKYPIX restores dark tones in your image.