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Midtone Enhancer V2

Midtone Enhancer V2 (Effect)Original Image
4.0

This filter requires Filter Forge 4.0

This filter does not support seamless tiling.

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This is one of over 5964 effects generated by Filter Forge, a Photoshop plugin that allows you to create your own filters.

This effect:

  • can be easily altered;
  • offers up to 30,000 variations;
  • can be applied to any source image in Photoshop.

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Author: ThreeDee

Filter Details

  • Downloads: 4596
  • Requires Filter Forge 4.0
  • Submitted: Jul 07, 2014
  • Usage Rank: High
  • Comments (6)

Description

This fairly innocent-looking filter can be a good addition to your photo-enhancement arsenal. It increases contrast and detail in the midtones or shadows where they have disappeared into low-contrast insignificance.It almost seems to create new lighting and shadows in areas where there is just blandness in the original.Try it on your poorly exposed photos – or even well-exposed ones for that additional "kick". Works miracles in bringing out detail where it has been lost. It works almost anywhere where there is lack of contrast in an image.Use the Gamma control to determine which midtone areas are affected the most: low Gamma affects light midtones (light shadows) most, high Gamma low midtones (dark shadows).Added in V2: Use Sparse Blur Option for large images, they process much faster that way.

Keywords

enhance, midtones, shadows, details, increase, lighting, improve, fix, correct, contrast, brighten, auxiliary, fill

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Filter Controls

  • Effect Level
  • Radius
  • Gamma
  • Gaussian
  • Use Sparse Blur