Topaz Clarity is now part of Topaz Studio!
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Improvements to Topaz Clarity include:
- Faster startup and processing
- Equalization Controls to help control lighting contrast (Found in Precision Contrast –>Lighting–>Equilization)
- NEW Color Sensitivity slider: controls how whites and grays in your image are impacted by color in your image
- NEW Detail slider: helps recover detail lost from increasing the brightness of the overall image or in a specific color channel
- NEW Suppress Artifacts slider: helps reduce detail-killing artifacts that are introduced as you crank up saturation values in a particular channel.
- Improved Contrast Contrast and Lightness Controls
- Access to all of the free tools in Topaz Studio such as selective masking and blending as well as any Pro Adjustments you have already purchased.
Add Clarity in Studio to your workflow
Get the Clarity Pack in the Topaz Studio Store for just $34.99 (30% off the regular price) when you purchase by September 12, 2017. No coupon code required.
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FREE update for Topaz Clarity Owners
The update to Clarity in Studio is 100% FREE if you own a previous version of Clarity. You’ll need to download and install Topaz Studio (also FREE) to use the Clarity in Studio update. Check out this page on the Topaz Site for step-by-step instructions.
Using Clarity in Studio as a Lightroom or Photoshop Plugin
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