Helicon Filter Free

Helicon Filter Free

4.5 stars

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Enhance and edit your photos Helicon Filter Free is a photo editing and enhancement software that enables you to improve the look of your images. It offers a full featured set of adjustment options to manipulate brightness, colors and digital noise, as well as options to correct photo aberrations, distortions and vignetting effects. The adjustment options found in Helicon Filter go well beyond what you will find in most editors and include advanced sharpening methods, spectral sensitivity adjustments, haze compensation, local contrast, advanced noise reduction parameters and more. The program also includes an image retouching mode which allows you to correct red-eye effects, remove scratches, and even replace the background sky. Last, but not least, you can also resize or crop your images and also add digital image frames.A Pro version with addition features is also available. Copyright Snapfiles.com

Product Details

Publisher Helicon Co. (2) Price Free (paid upgrade available)
Version 4.93.2 Last updated May 18, 2010
File Size 32.4 Mb Requirements None

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Let's talk editing 5 stars by gimpguy Aug 15, 2012 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
This truly is an excellent image editor. Free? You bet and that's not even the best part in this case. The distortions work excellently, the touch up filters graciously, and color separation when editing wonderfully. One of the best free editors I've seen in a long time, hats off to the creators, I would rate this a 10 if I could. show Review details
Essential for RAW shooters 5 stars by scooby Jun 11, 2010
This is a fabulous software that suffers from poor marketing. This program is a very capable RAW converter that can do all necessary image corrections, and includes an EXCELLENT noise reduction filter, equal to commercial software like NeatImage or Noise Ninja. It is NOT a Photoshop clone, and doesn't need to be. It's far more similar to Lightroom or Bibble, in that it opens multiple RAW formats (I personally own Sony and Pentax DSLRs, and it opens them both just fine). The image processing is lossless, and you retain the original RAW file untouched. It can both use 8bf filters, and itself be used as a Photoshop filter for noise reduction. Great for anyone who shoots RAW format, especially if you own more than 1 brand of camera. For free, it's a no-brainer! show Review details
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