FRANZIS SOFTWARE REVIEWS WITH BEFORE AND AFTER EXAMPLES  

FRANZIS DENOISE PROJECTS PROFESSIONAL BEFORE AND AFTER EXAMPLE


Left to Right Before and After Images

On the left is a bumblebee image taken at f16, ISO 12,800, 1/500 second, no flash using a

handheld Canon 70D (Crop Sensor) and a Canon EF 100 f2.8L IS USM Macro Lens.

With poor light, I had to use an LED ringlight and the aforementioned extremely high

ISO. Because of my knowledge of Denoise Projects Professional's extraordinary capability

to reduce noise, I wasn't hesitant to use such a high ISO setting and ended up with the image on the right.

The whole image and especially the background has significantly less noise and there is no noticable

degradation to the subject. I can't recommend Franzis Denoise Projects Professional enough.

You can download this and their other WONDERFUL software here:

http://www.projects-software.com

Bob Kroeger, Photgrapher

FRANZIS SHARPEN PROJECTS PROFESSIONAL BEFORE AND AFTER EXAMPLE

Left to Right Before and After Images

On the left is a shorebird image taken at f14, ISO 1250, 1/1000 second, no flash using a

handheld Canon 70D (Crop Sensor) and a Canon EF 100 - 400mm f4.5 - 5.6L IS ll USM Lens.

The Before image is quite good but really benefitted from Franzis Sharpen Projects Professional.

The After image on the right shows a more distinct bird along with a sharper background. Aside from using one of

the many sharpening options, I used the denoise tool in this program to create a smoother sharper final image. I

really recommend this software! You can download this and their other WONDERFUL software here:

http://www.projects-software.com

Bob Kroeger, Photgrapher

FRANZIS FOCUS PROJECTS 3 PROFESSIONAL BEFORE AND AFTER EXAMPLE

Left to Right Before and After Images

On the left (a before example) is an image of a rhino made of Verdite taken at f2.8, ISO 800,

1/800 second, no flash using a tripod mounted Canon 70D (Crop Sensor) and a Canon EF 100 f2.8L IS

USM Macro Lens. The only part of the image that is in focus is the central part of the face (intentional - explained

below).With low light, I did use an LED ringlight along with a halogen lamp. The purpose of this program is to do

'focus stacking' - that is, to take several images of a subject getting portions of the subject in good

focus in each one and then have Focus Projects 3 Professional combine them (stacking) into one final image with

the subject in complete focus. The image on the right is that final image which is quite reasonably in focus. I chose

to shoot at f2.8 attaining a shallow depth of field which I thought would be a good test of this program. I used a

total of 13 images to get this final one. You can download this and their other WONDERFUL software here:

http://www.projects-software.com

Bob Kroeger, Photgrapher

FRANZIS HDR PROJECTS 5 PROFESSIONAL BEFORE AND AFTER EXAMPLE

Left to Right Before and After Images

On the left (a before example) is an image of a great egret in color f6.3, ISO 800,

1/1250 second using a Canon 70D (Crop Sensor) and a Canon EF 100 - 400mm f4.5 - 5.6L IS ll USM Lens.

On the right I used one of the Monochrome presets (with some tweaking) in HDR Projects 5 Professional. The

amount of user control and artistic expression is ENDLESS with this magnificent program! The B&W HDR effect

gives the egret a real power that I feel is missing in the color version. You will have the time of your life

experimenting with this program adding HDR effects in Color and B&W.

You can download this and their other WONDERFUL software here:

http://www.projects-software.com

Bob Kroeger, Photographer