Piccure Plus 184.108.40.206 Winx64Title: Piccure Plus 220.127.116.11 Winx64Info:
IMAGE SHARPNESS REDEFINED: ADAPTIVE DECONVOLUTION
piccure+ is a reliable choice for photographers for correcting optical aberrations, camera shake and blur from optical low pass filters (OLPF) - three major reasons for a lack of image sharpness. It is the first software solution that actively addresses the problem of copy-to-copy variation in lenses and corrects optical aberrations specifically for your equipment. It integrates seamlessly as a plugin (filter) into Adobe® Photoshop®, Photoshop® Elements and Lightroom®. It can also be called directly from within DxO Optics Pro® and PhaseOne CaptureOne®. piccure+ also works as standalone including RAW converter. piccure+ is developed by a team of professionals (Professors and PhDs) and has been on the market for several years.
piccure+ was not developed for and is not aimed towards photographers with limited experience or with subpar equipment. In fact, piccure+ was developed for photographers with a lot of experience and knowledge about technology and technique.
Actually, piccure+ has nothing to do with technique but rather addresses the "limits of the technology". Simply answer the following questions for yourself and discover how technological limitations can cost you thousands of dollars in sharpness:
DOES YOUR CAMERA HAVE AN OPTICAL LOW-PASS FILTER?
Most modern cameras have an optical, low-pass filter deliberately blurring the image to avoid moiré and false color. Irrespective of how good your lens is, the image will never be perfectly sharp.
DO YOU TEST MULTIPLE COPIES OF A LENS PRIOR TO PURCHASING IT?
Modern lenses, particularly complex and expensive designs, exhibit significant copy-to-copy variation. Unless you test several copies of a lens prior to purchasing it, you may end up with "weak optical performance".
DO YOU CALIBRATE YOUR AUTOFOCUS SYSTEM?
Most camera/lens combinations will exhibit some back- or front-focusing. If you do not micro-adjust your autofocus system for a particular lens, your images may (most likely) not be properly focused.
DO YOU ONLY SHOOT F5.6 OR SLOWER?
At fast apertures, image sharpness quickly deteriorates towards the edges. It has nothing to do with poor technique - but edge-to-edge sharpness is usually only possible around f5.6 or slower. On full format cameras, easily lose 50+% of image sharpness towards the edges. From f6.3 on diffraction often becomes a big problem.
DO YOU SHOOT IMAGES >20 MP?
Most lenses can only resolve up to 20 MP. Diffraction, coma, spherical aberrations, defocus and other aberrations become very visible at 20+ MP. In addition to that, micro-vibrations from the DSLR mirror or passing cars can cause slight blurs (micro-shakes) which cannot be fully avoided.
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