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How To Correct A Photo With Photo Editor

Photo Editor proposes effective, easy-to-use corrections for the defects most commonly found in your shots (red eye correction, sharpness, noise or haze problem).

■ On the right-hand tabs, click Correction to display the four associated modules.

Red Eye Correction

inPixio Photo Editor uses a new technology to identify a face on photos and corrects red eyes automatically in most cases.

Automatic correction

■ A simple click on the Red Eye Correction module triggers the auto correction process.

If you are not satisfied with the result, you can correct red eyes manually.

Before After

Manual correction

  1. Once automatic detection is complete, a circle is displayed on the detected eyes.
    If the face is not detected automatically, draw the outline of the eyes to retouch them directly on the photo.
  1. Adjust the circle on each eye using the handles and click Auto correction.
  2. To save the correction applied to your photo, click the Save button.

Sharpness

Did you take a photo quickly with mistaken settings, or do you simply want to make your shot sharper?

  1. Click the Sharpness module.
  2. Use the setting bars to increase sharpness

Amount

Move the slider right to heighten the details of the photo and enhance sharpness.

Radius

(Option enabled of you move the Amount slider)

Move the slider right to extend the radius to which the amount is applied to the details, or left to reduce it.

Tip:
A smaller radius is better suited to photos with very fine details taken with a good camera whereas a large radius is more suitable for photos with coarser details taken with a smartphone

 

Masking

(Option enabled of you move the Amount slider.)

Move the slider right to reduce the formation of noise in solid-colored areas during processing.

Denoise

Are you experiencing noise problems in the darker or solid parts of your photos?

  1. Click the Denoise module
  2. Use the setting bars to reduce noise

Amount

When you move this slider right, you’ll notice that noise decreases.

Radius

Move the slider right to extend the radius to which the amount is applied to the details, or left to reduce it.

 

Tip:

A smaller radius is better suited to photos with very fine details taken with a good camera whereas a large radius is more suitable for photos with coarser details taken with a smartphone.

Dehaze

Do some of your photos present unsightly white haze? Photo Editor includes the Dehaze tool to optimally process this phenomenon.

    1. Click the Dehaze module
    2. Use the Amount setting to reduce haze

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