AKVIS Enhancer is a tool that lets you edit your photography to give it a professional, graphic design look.
If you are a design professional or need to manipulate images in a very detailed way, then you'll need a photo editing program which can zoom in on your images in high definition detail. AKVIS Enhancer is a great option to try out.
Normally, if you try to reveal details in highlighted or shadowed areas using exposure correction (such as levels) you may spoil the parts of the image that you want to leave unchanged. The idea behind AKVIS Enhancer is that it intensifies color transition and consequently strengthens the difference between adjacent pixels that have different color gradations. This way, you can reveal not only details in the shadow but even details in the overexposed and mid tone areas.
AKVIS Enhancer improves an image's detail, no matter what caused the blurring in the first place. AKVIS Enhancer can detect the underexposed, overexposed and mid tone areas of a photo with uneven exposure in detail. It can bring blurred images into focus and now even supports HDRI technology. AKVIS Enhancer has three modes: Enhancer, Focus, and HDRI. In the Enhancer and Focus modes you can improve a picture using one single shot. In HDR mode you need a series of shots, but you'll be surprised at how much you can improve your images.
AKVIS Enhancer can't turn your photos into a work of art if they weren't one in the first place, but it can certainly improve those images that have been blurred or are out of focus.
- Added support of Exif data (the data registered by the camera when shooting, e.g. the date, the settings, etc). Fixed some minor bugs. Updated the program documentation. Now there are three download files for Macintosh: standalone application, a plugin version for Photoshop CS3 and Photoshop Elements 6, and a plugin for earlier versions of Photoshop and Photoshop Elements (legacy file).