With Perfectly Clear, you’re seconds from perfection. You won’t waste valuable time fixing your photos. Our patented processes do it for you in a dozen ways, improving all your images with a single click.
1) Exposing perfection (even after the snap)
By replicating the way your eye gathers light, Perfectly Clear overcomes the distortions caused by a single aperture, correcting your exposure pixel by pixel without clipping.
2) Looking your best (but keeping it real)
We know better than to get in the way of a good thing. But Perfectly Clear can help you bring out the beauty that’s already there. Take our revolutionary new Beautify preset, for example. It renders flawless skin tone, sparkling eyes and brighter teeth—and it does it in a way that’s more realistic than retouching.
3) Maintaining the vibrant color you remember
Why do people love the look of film? Because film gathers light in a logarithmic, or non-linear manner (this is why film doesn't clip). The sensors on digital cameras, on the other hand, have a linear response to light. This is what causes your photo to often look washed out/faded. Perfectly Clear overcomes this problem by looking at each channel independently. This process mimics how the eye adjusts saturation and provides you with a color-vibrant photo.
4) Detecting & removing the noise, preserving the details
As cameras get smaller, the signal-to-noise ratio is reduced because more pixels are packed tightly together. So a photo shot at ISO 1600 has a noise level effectively reduced to ISO 200-400 levels.
5) Removing the tints, revealing the beauty
It’s difficult for a camera to determine whether the light source is warm or cold because there is seldom one light source in a photo. In the days of film, you had to carry around different films and filters for different times of day—all to get the lighting source correct. To remove nasty tints—from tungsten, fluorescent, incandescent, IR—Perfectly Clear searches for an abnormal tint, then reveals the great photo underneath.
Traditional sharpening methods also sharpen weak signal and introduce halos. Perfectly Clear only searches for strong signal and creates sharp, clear photos with zero artifacts.
7) Getting a 3D look on 2D paper—it’s all about depth
We all want our photos to re-create the 3D image we see with our eyes. But our eyes don’t actually see life in three dimensions. Stereoscopically, eyes gather the information needed to construct the 3 dimensions within our brain. Initially invented for the medical world to bring out the details in critical x-rays, Perfectly Clear uses a patented algorithm that intensively manages the dynamic range in a unique way that reveals the detail needed to produce this kind of depth.
8) Perfecting skin tone by removing infrared
Though your eyes can’t see it, your camera captures infrared in skin tones because the sensor can pick up body heat. This usually makes complexions seem redder than they really are. Perfectly Clear takes out the extra red in an instant.
9) Diffusing light for a warmer look
Trying to capture the perfect portrait in broad daylight can be difficult. But our Light Diffusion correction helps create a softer look with warmer tones.
10) Removing red eye and golden eye automatically
Red-eye is caused when the camera’s flash reflects off the veins in the retina at the back of the eye. We’ve partnered with Digital Optics Corporation to offer technology thatdetects and corrects imperfections as quickly as 5 images per second with no manual intervention.
11) Keeping the hues true with Real Color Photography
Ever notice how hard it is to capture purples properly? (FedEx Box, laker's jersey, purple bride's maid dresses) That’s because digital capture devices can’t reproduce the full visual spectrum of colors seen by the eyes.
12) Multiple aperture captures more detail than single aperture
Our Dynamic Range correction makes up for camera limitations that cause multiple distortions. A single aperture simply can't capture scenes the way the human eye does, dynamically changing its dynamic range. But Perfectly Clear provides a full range of exposure, pulling in extremes of brightness and darkness at the same time.
The first “picture” is taken by your memory
Studies show that the more accurate an image is, the more like it will trigger your memories. And that makes you more likely to share them socially and print them to save.