We updated our Image Transformations with a set of new operations:
Unsharp Masking can be used for enhancing images by improving their sharpness. The effect is also called “Local Contrast Enhancement.”
Technically, we did not introduce a separate operation for Unsharp Masking. Instead, we added the
:amount parameter to the
blur transformation. Negative
:amount combined with reasonably high blur
:strength provides the Unsharp Masking behavior.
Here’s how the syntax goes:
Image Color Adjustments
Here’s the list of color properties you can control:
The syntax goes like this:
You can find thorough descriptions of the transformations along with their
:value ranges in our docs.
We added Photo Filters You can now pick one of the 40 filters that best suits your image and apply it on-the-fly.
Applying a filter goes like this:
-/filter/:name/ or -/filter/:name/:amount/
:name stands for one of the 40 elven names we chose for our filters, and
:amount controls the strength of each of them.
You can discover filter names and possible
:amount ranges in our docs.