Applying the Local Equalization effect

The Local Equalization effect enhances the contrast near edges and reveal details in both light and dark regions. This process can produce artificial contrast variations in the center of relatively uniform regions. You can correct this by expanding the region so that it is larger than any uniform area in the image.

The Local

Equalization effect has been applied to the image.

The Local

Equalization effect has been applied to the image.

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