PhotoEnhancer is an experimental image enhancement software, which employs the characteristics of the ganglion cells of the Human Visual System. Many times the image captured by a camera and the image in our eyes are dramatically different. Especially when there are shadows or highlights in the same scene. In these cases our eyes can distinguish many details in the shadows or the highlights, while the image captured by the camera suffers from loss of visual information in these regions.
PhotoEnhancer attempts to bridge the gap between "what you see" and "what the camera sees". It enhances the shadow or the highlight regions of an image, while keeping intact all the correctly exposed ones. The final result is a lot closer to the human perception of the scene, than the original captured image, revealing visual information that otherwise wouldn't be available to the human observer.
The latest version of PhotoEnhancer (2.4) has been released. Version 2.4 features a 'Batch Processing' mode, for the quick enhancement of many image files just with a few clicks, as well as an improved user interface.
The new version of PhotoEnhancer features the method of "Multi-Scale Image Contrast Enhancement". This additional algorithm enhances locally the contrast of images, maximizing the available visual information. It can be applied to foggy scenes, aerial or satellite images, images with smoke or medical images.
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