Topaz Adjust at 50% Off!
Brilliant contrast, detail and color enhancement
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Designed to infuse your photos with powerful contrast, vibrant color, and stunning detail. The company alerted us that they are offering it at it’s lowest price ever until the end of the month (half off), simply remember to use the voucher code AUGADJUST at checkout. See how it works here
Adjust's intelligent "adaptive exposure" technology finds the best way to adjust contrast, detail, and color by analyzing your entire image. Here are some before & after examples:
1. Fully adjustable enhancements - apply anything from simple photo enhancements to complete stylistic makeovers.
2. Intelligent contrast - tone and contrast adjustments. Topaz Adjust processes different parts of your photo differently depending on a variety of factors.
3. Detail quality - not the average sharpening filter. Topaz Adjust is designed to bring out detail that you couldn't even see before, and make it look great. "Give photos some punch."
4. Vibrant color - Adjust's adaptive color technology is like a smarter and better "saturation" slider: it makes your photo burst with color without making it oversaturated.
In this vide, Nichole Paschal introduces you to the new tools, improved interface, and how the tool can help in general:
The newest version Adjust 5 features an intuitive selective brush, 5 preset collections with over 100 new presets, preset stacking, transparency control, a finishing touches tab and other new additions.
"I find that the HDR process can wash out a photo and take away lines and contrast. Topaz Adjust helps bring it back. It's really a wonderful product and I highly recommend it." - Trey Ratcliff
"Photographers need the best tools both in the field and in the digital darkroom: Topaz Adjust can transform snapshots into great shots, and great shots into art." - Rick Sammon
"With just a few quick moves, Topaz Adjust helps me transform my images into what I envisioned in the field. It's typically the first step in my post processing workflow." - John Barclay