Enhancements for hue, brightness and saturation are as easy as placing a Color Control Point on your image, then adjusting the length of the sliders. For example, Color control Points are remarkably convenient for changing the color of a blue sky without affecting the colors of foliage in the same picture.
This new function enables you to apply enhancements such as Unsharp Mask or Gaussian Blur to a specific area with just a click of the mouse. There is no need for precision selection or masks - the Selection Control Point recognizes the areas you want to modify. The enhancement effect can easily be adjusted, allowing you to apply your chosen effect as you would with intuitive masking to either the designated area or to the entire image except for that area. The Selection Control Point can be used with virtually any image enhancement tool, including D-Lighting, Brightness, Color, Focus, Correction, and Noise Reduction. You can apply Unsharp Mask, for example, to only the area you want to edit.
To simply achieve a more natural looking image, Auto Retouch Brush lets you remove specks of dust photographed on an image using a mouse click and stroke to match the surrounding color and tones. This can also be used to remove moles, scratches on flowers, etc. that can otherwise appear in photographs.