FRANZIS DENOISE Projects Professional Review

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Tonight I tried the sharpening program. A small sample, but I am impressed so far. I bought Franzis Project package – primarily to test out the focus stacking. I’m a bit leery of a company I have never heard of that claims that they can make blurry images sharp.
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First session with Franzis sharpening

Here, we take a look at what’s new, how the new features have improved the software and how performance compares with version 4 of the photo editing software. The latest version of Color Projects brings several new features which include: This takes the total to presets.

You simply have to load your image, pick from of the presets available, use the optimisation assistant to make tweaks and then save your photo. When using presets, the software controls the tone mapping of the image and edits the results with filters and effects.

As you’d expect, not every filter works on every image but with 26 new presets now available, you have even more choice so finding a preset that does work should be even easier. For those who want a little more control, there’s a post-processing expert mode which you can learn more about in our Color Projects 4 review.

The interface was never over complicated but FRANZIS have made improvements to it in version 5 and this includes the option to adjust the size of lettering in menus. It may seem like a small thing but it can make a big difference to user experience, particularly for those who have eyesight problems. It’s also useful for those who have 4K monitors, which are now supported by Color Projects, as enlarging the font will mean the readability of the menus is improved.

Film is something that’s coming back in fashion and you can now apply 10 new film looks from the legendary days of analogue film to your photos in Color Projects 5. The film grain module can still be found on the right-hand side of the interface and there’s a dropdown where the list of film emulations can be found. You can also adjust the strength of the grain via a controller and regulate the intensity of individual features as well as the overall effect of a particular film emulation.

The new film emulations that have been added are: It’s a quick way to lower the intensity of an effect if it’s too much or indeed, you can crank the scale right up should you wish to create an image that’s a little more dramatic. This isn’t a bad thing, however, as the sliders, curves and various other tools you can use to achieve this mean you can really create a final photo that’s totally unique to you.

It’s worth noting that when doing this, you should switch the optimising assistant off as the effects will act differently and sometimes appear more extreme than they are. As well as applying post-processing effects to the whole image, you can also apply them to a specific section of the photograph. For those who edit images regularly, you’ll know how useful masks can be and in Color Projects 5, you use the selective drawing module to apply these with ease.

This means you don’t have to be very precise with your selections and as a result, masks are really easy to create. This isn’t a new feature but we’ve mentioned it as the algorithm this tool uses has been completely redeveloped so it’s even easier to use and responds better but we do have to say that it did a pretty spot-on job before the changes were made anyway.

There are also various gradient options, should you wish to use them in your images, which can replicate the look of ND gradients. As with all tools in Color Projects 5, the FX options are easy to use and apply; all you have to do is pull a slider. A new feature we’re not quite sure about is the ability to see where your photos were captured.

When you’ve finished editing your photo, you can click ‘save’ which opens another useful window for cropping and adding captions to photos.

This has always been built in but FRANZIS have made a few useful tweaks to the interface, including new guidelines for cropping rule of thirds, golden spiral and golden section. As mentioned, you can also add a caption to your image and crop it if you so wish.

You can either crop the image yourself or use one of the new 71 built-in formats. You can save as many editing restore points as you like and the timeline displays the restore points which can then be accessed with a simple click. For more details on the interface and tools that were previously found in earlier versions of the software, take a look at our review of Color Projects 4.

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Here, we take a look at what’s new, how the new features have improved the software and how performance compares with version 4 of the photo editing software. The latest version of Color Projects brings several new features which include: This takes the total to presets. You simply have to load your image, pick from of the presets available, use the optimisation assistant to make tweaks and then save your photo. When using presets, the software controls the tone mapping of the image and edits the results with filters and effects. As you’d expect, not every filter works on every image but with 26 new presets now available, you have even more choice so finding a preset that does work should be even easier.

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