Stacked Frequency Separation for Powerful Detail Control

Frequency Separation selects by detail, separating the image into two layers, of fine detail (‘high frequency’) and more blurred detail (‘low frequency’). Stacked Frequency Separation creates multiple layers, which lets you separately edit many different items in limited bands of detail.

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