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Neither Keith Cooper nor Northlight Images has any other connection with Topaz labs whatsoever. ;-) . The detail adjustments can be applied to the whole tonal range of the image ('Overall') Move you mouse over the image to see adjustments. We believe strongly in making any affiliate links like this clear. Latest plugin DeNoise Version 6 see Keith's Topaz DeNoise V6 review May 2016 Topaz entire collection 17 items - 40% discount (SPRINGSUMMER2016) Discount code works for existing owners too (see Keith's Topaz reviews) Many aspects of how we perceive a photo are based on levels of contrast, both of image brightness, and of colour. The five groups of settings start off with the detail tab. What about just altering areas of the image with low contrast, or just the highlights, or just the green parts? Advances in computational power now let you apply complex image analysis before setting different adjustments to different parts of your image. The range of functionality is so broad that the reviews are split up over several articles. I'd perhaps turn the sky down a bit more for my personal tastes (blending this version with the original, after I've produced it), but it's the sort of enhancement that might work in some of my architectural and construction photography, where I've not had the opportunity to time the shoot with optimal weather.