Topaz Labs release InFocus for photos that just out of focus

Topaz Labs InFocusTopaz Labs does it again. They have added another powerful plugin to their collection.  This one is called InFocus.  It may look like Adjust or Detail but it is quite different.  Have a look.

Topaz InFocus is a completely new sharpening solution designed to restore image clarity, recover lost detail and refine with micro-contrast detail enhancement. The range of achievable sharpening possibilities have been dramatically improved and simplified with this new tool, allowing users to easily increase the sharpness and definition of any image.

Topaz Labs InFocus - NewWith Topaz InFocus you can:

  • Simply and effectively improve image clarity.
  • Approximately reverse blur, recovering “lost” image detail.
  • Refine subtle structure detail through micro-contrast enhancement.
  • Effortlessly sharpen and refine image detail for a crisp, clear and vivid image.

With Topaz InFocus, you get a simple, yet super powerful sharpening tool capable of recovering lost detail and restoring clarity to blurry images. Topaz InFocus includes micro-contrast detail enhancement controls which allows users to refine detail sharpness and edges.

Topaz InFocus 1.0 Features

  1. DeBlur Tab. Controls control generic, out-of-focus and motion blur.
  2. Sharpen Tab. Controls sharpening and micro-contrast detail enhancement.
  3. Estimate Blur Button. Automatic estimation option for unknown or complex blur types.
  4. Auto Updater. Get software updates instantly.
  5. Snap / Recall buttons. Save up to 99 snapshot settings for comparison.
  6. Undo / Redo buttons.
  7. Collapsible side panels. Expand and collapse the preset and tool panels for an adjustable workspace.
  8. Preset Enable / Disable option. Enable or disable the preset preview processing at program startup.
  9. Preset Navigation. Use the up / down arrow keys to navigate the preset list and display the selected preset thumbnail (in preset preview window). Use the return (Enter) key to apply the currently selected preset.
  10. Enable / Disable Tool Tips. Option to enable or disable the pop up tool tips.
  11. Quick Slider Reset. Double click slider name to reset default slider values.

Did I mention InFocus will work in Lightroom, Aperture and more thanks to Topaz Fusion?

Here are two videos with some more information.

For a limited time you can purchase Topaz InFocus for only $29.95 using the discount code SuperSharp which is only valid until 12/3/2010.  If you are reading this and it’s past 12/3/2010 then save 15% off by using my exclusive discount code, scottwyden.

Thanks for reading and happy shooting,

Scott

New Jersey Photographer

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6 Comments

  1. Becky November 22, 2010 at 3:20 pm #

    I am new to photography programs..will this work with Picasa and Photoshop? without additional downloads?

    • scottwyden November 22, 2010 at 6:12 pm #

      Becky,

      This is a Photoshop plugin, but with the use of Topaz Labs Fusion (free) it will work with many other software. I linked to Fusion in the post.

  2. Scott Webb November 23, 2010 at 12:25 am #

    Got any of your own images you’ve used it with?

    • scottwyden November 23, 2010 at 12:26 am #

      Not ready to post yet, but I will soon.

  3. Fiddlergene November 23, 2010 at 2:34 pm #

    Of course the MOST wonderful thing about Topaz Labs is that there’s no way to get live tech support. There’s no phone number on their website, and if you have a problem that needs immediate attention, you’re just ….. out of luck. Send them an email, they say, I did that and got no response. Caveat emptor.

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