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Decomposed layer by Wow Frequency Equalizer Pro with the panel interface a the layers window

We just released Wow! Frequency Equalizer Pro Edition

For those who don’t know it, Wow! Classic Edition is an exclusive Photoshop plugin that decomposes your images in five different frequency layers and let you easily boost or smooth each frequency range simply using its five dedicated sliders. Wow! adds style, image sharpness and three-dimensionality together with incredibly smooth transitions.

The brand new Wow! Pro adds the exclusive Decompose function, an exciting new feature of Wow! Frequency Equalizer Pro. You can now explicitly turn each frequency into its own pixel layer (five of them are created in a stack, plus a base layer) for a better and more precise frequency based retouching. You can paint, clone and heal on the exact frequency layer that contains the features you need to target, with great precision, giving you unprecedented control over the retouching process.

Wow Frequency Equalizer + Mask Equalizer at work combined in Photoshop

Wow! + Mask Equalizer. Two Thoroughbreds Working Together

Mask Equalizer is a Photoshop plug-in to easily create sophisticated masks using multiple luminosity ranges. Load one preset with just one click, to start to create your perfect mask. Instantly preview the result switching back and forth from mask to comp mode. Feather the mask, modify its contrast or opacity. Works with adjustment layers, advanced objects or groups.

We warmly suggest to consider to buy one of our convenient bundles of Wow and Mask Equalizer. This plug-in is totally independent from Wow!, but it really shines when they are used together.

Tutorials by Marco Olivotto

  • 1.1 Frequency Separation And The Basics Of Wow!
  • 1.2 Basic Tutorial
  • 1.3 Advanced Tutorial And Masking Techniques
  • 1.4 Wow! Frequency Equalizer Pro Edition And Five Bands Decomposing

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