- مرات التنزيل: 297
- متطلبات التشغيل: Mac OS X 10.4 or later
- الحجم: 6.8 MB
- الاصدار : Processor
- اضيف في: 2009-12-04 00:00:00
- اخر تحديث: 12/04/2009
- الموقع علي الانترنت:
Raw Photo Processor is a very useful RAW converter, supporting almost all available digital RAW formats made for photographers by a photographer-programmer.We just got fed up with those converters made by programmers for their upper management.Think of it as of a development machine in terms of film photography - first you have to develop your roll right, then do whatever you want with it. So this is NOT a full featured photo processing package, because you will need Photoshop or some other tool to crop, apply sharpness, and so on, but you may use RPP for some very limited amount of operations.
key features of "Raw Photo Processor":
· 4-channel white balance - this is probably the most important operation in RAW processing and it has to be applied at very early stages of processing.
· Exposure compensation - another very sensitive step, should use high precision math to preserve shadows and highlights and it is almost impossible to make it properly during post-processing in Photoshop.
· Saturation - very tricky operation, because it has to account for specifics in human's color perception and traditionally it's implemented with very crude methods. I'm trying to keep up with Color Science and using a lot more sophisticated approach.
· Brightness and contrast - these represent my and Iliah's Borg attempts to create tone curve adjustments based on actual film density measures in different development modes. After all you finally should be able to obtain that dearly-looking film-like tonality in your pictures.
· Interpolation - RPP supports 3 methods at the moment. AHD, VNG and Half - all modified versions of Dave Coffin's implementations in dcraw. Actually Half is not interpolation - this is a half resolution recombination when four single-colored pixels (RGBG) combined to one RGB, very fast, color accurate, but at price of lost resolution.
· Highlights recovery - a simple tool to neutralize clipped channels if present (f.e. the "pink sky" problem).
· Local Contrast - a tool based on HiRaLoAm technique by Dan Margulis to make your images more contrast without heavy impact on overall tonality like with regular contrast.
· Monochrome mode - a scientific way to produce black&white, sepia and other kinds of monochrome pictures based on measurements of actual photo papers made by Iliah Borg
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Fully reworked black point adjustment. It's implemented with film-like roll-off. See 'Black Point' chapter in the manual.
· Corrected apparent underexposure for 12-bit Nikon D3 NEFs.
صور Raw Photo Processor 3.9.4