Fast Photo Colour Correction Software
Welcome to Kea Sigma Delta! Here, you will find software for easily fixing/enhancing your photo's colours.
Relight - A Photo Colour Correction/Enhancement Tool
Have photos where the colours didn't turn out right? Or maybe you have old photos whose colours have faded over time. Relight - a photo colour correction tool - can help you correct colour and lighting issues such as these quickly. It can:
- Fix photos that look too red, blue, or pale;
- Fix photos that look washed out (i.e., faded) too dull, too bright;
- Perform creative colour transformations; and,
This blog post is going to be more technical than previous photography tips. If you want to progress with photography, then understanding the technical side is essential. After all, a camera is a complex and precision engineered machine. I'm still going to try to keep things as simple as possible, though.
Relight version 1.4 has just been released. This update focuses on making it easier for newcomers to learn how to use it, but also includes a number of minor improvements and bug-fixes. Those who purchased older versions can upgrade for free by logging into their account on this website and downloading the new version.
A quick word of advice to anyone who is looking to buy a camera: when it comes to zoom, only the optical zoom matters; ignore the advertised digital zoom. If you have already bought a camera, then my advice is to disable the digital zoom in the camera's settings. You don't want to accidentally use it.
Have you ever taken a photo where the flash went off, but the photo still looks dark? The camera was probably set to full auto when this happened, or maybe you switched on the flash deliberately. No, don't blame the camera; you're expecting the camera to do the impossible.
Just a quick post to let you all know that the next Relight video tutorial has been released. This one goes through how to correct another photograph; a photo without any people. It mirrors the text-based tutorial of the same name.