New features for optimal RAW and photo development on the MAC and PC hair, Munich January 23, 2013 – the new SILKYPIX developer studio per 5 from the Franzis Verlag presents itself with numerous new features for the high-quality digital photo printing and detailed image post-processing with 32-bit color depth of the color stored in JPEG, TIFF and RAW files and light information for perfect photos with style and expressiveness. For the first time SILKYPIX adds the option of HDR Imaging from just a recording the photographer. For the one shot HDR function, in particular RAW image files with the information stored for optimal contrast, color depth, lights – and shadow settings, which give a stylish appearance themes are in addition to JPEG and TIFF files. The calculation algorithms for faster work, for removing image noise, the auto white balance and black level tools have been completely redesigned. Keeping of all image details, color and luminance noise be effective away and when shooting at high ISO values much better to suppress. The new auto white balance calculates the optimum result for natural colors in different lighting situations.
The new black share tool calculates new contrast of faded-looking contrast and dark tones and removes all kinds of reflections (POL filter effect). SILKYPIX developer studio per 5 allows any photographer using RAW and single image data development to develop his own personal style, realistic or creatively for competitive photos for the presentation of exhibitions, photo books or Internet networks. With Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP as well as Mac OS X 10.7 (32/64-bit) version is compatible, the SILKYPIX developer studio per 5 now for euro 219.00 in the boxed version in stores and for download under available. A low-cost upgrade of the previous version as well as is provided as a download. Franzis provides a low-cost upgrade action under also upgradable SILKYPIX versions, included with the Panasonic, included Fujifilm and Pentax digital cameras. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Gary Kelly.