The newest version of the Sigma Photo Pro Software has been launched by Sigma Corporation of America. With this you get a new monochrome mode processing interface which has numerous functions. These features include channel-mixing palette, that lets the user control the intensity if red, green and blue in an image to better allocate toning and contrast. There is also the grain palette feature which is an interesting additive that lets the user reduce the size and extent of grain in an image essentially resulting in a smoother picture. This feature is commonly found in film photography.
Sigma Corporation of America is known for its work in research and its phenomenal achievements as a manufacturer and service provider of the world’s best lenses, cameras and flashes. The new Sigma Photo Pro 5.5 software, also provides upgrades and updates for both Mac and Windows platforms, along with the new Monochrome Mode processing interface.
When the Monochrome Mode is coupled with Sigma cameras’ Foveon sensor, the result is clear strong black and white images with an immense amount of detail, sharpness and perfection of contrast and tonality. With the Foveon X3 image sensor technology the camera design does not have to have the anti-aliasing filter, that usually results in blurry images which causes image blur.
Mark Amir-Hamzeh, President of Sigma Corporation of America had this to say. “Black and white photography is becoming increasingly popular, and the Monochrome Mode, paired with the strength of the Foveon sensor, truly takes black and white photography to the next level. With an entirely new processing pipeline for monochrome images, Sigma users will be able to truly take advantage of the Foveon sensor with Monochrome Mode, which we believe will set even higher standards for our Sigma camera line.”
With the new software update you will get the following changes and improvements.
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