Effects can be added to the layer here. All controls for effects already added to the layer can also be accessed here. Click the Plus icon to add a new effect, then select the specific effect you need from the list. There are many effects available. For full details, see the chapter on Effects.
Each effect can be enabled or disabled using the blue square toggle to the left of the effect name.
Imerge offers 12 categories of effects for modifying the contents of your layers.
- Blur: make the details of the image indistinct.
- Color: artistically modify the colors in your image.
- Color Corrections: fine tune the colors in the image, and correct for unwanted color shifts.
- Corrections: modify the perspective of the image.
- Details: edit the details in the image dealing with things like noise, blurring and sharpening.
- Distort: move the pixels in your image around.
- Generate: primarily focuses on adding computer generated content to your image. Things like clouds, vignettes and scanlines.
- Keying: remove areas of a photo based on color or luminance levels.
- Lights & Flares: create light and lens-based effects.
- Styles: add graphical effects to elements like color fills, gradients, outlines and glows.
- Stylize: apply an artistic effect to your image and typically combines color modifications with tonal modifications.
- Tone: change the brightness and contrast of the image. This is where you will find the Exposure plugin which is a useful effect used to process most images.
The specific effects found in each category are explained in detail in the Effects chapter of this manual.
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