Paint.NET Tutorial für Grauschleier von Fotos entfernen

Paint.NET Tutorial für Grauschleier von Fotos entfernen


Welcome to PaintNET for you, a YT channel
for easy photo editing with Paint.NET by me, Ulrika Garner. In this video, I would like to show you how to 
improve the overall illumination of photos by using the Laplacian Pyramid Filter plugin. This name goes back to the French mathematician
Pierre-Simon Laplace. Since the color values ​​of pixels in digital images
are changed with mathematical calculations, this is an indication of the way the calculation
is carried out. But that does not matter to us as “simple” users. This plugin has an impressive effect
and is easy to use. By the way, the author is MichaelVinther. And now to the application. As you can see, this is a somewhat dull photo. To change this, go to Effects Photo menu
and select the Laplacian Pyramid Filter. Even with the defaults you will get a good result. But it is worthwhile to vary the different values,
even if the terms are not always that comprehensible. I’m going to increase the option Outlier reduction
as well as Extra Contrast and Color saturation. Done. An impressive result – at least for me, isn’t it? This interface makes it easy to view the original
image at any time, so you always can compare the before and after when
adjusting the options. In addition to dull photos, also too dark or foggy
images can be manipulated. Here some examples. Now you know the Laplacian Pyramid Filter. It offers seven different options
to manipulate the photo. For direct comparison you can always switch to
display the original image. This time I can’t deliver a translation of all
the various options, because I’m only an average user and not an expert. That’s it. Thanks to MichaelVinther for this plugin and
to you for watching. Bye until the next plugin.

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