16 Bit versions with Histogram add a histogram function that allows
you to see better when you might be clipping *.
have the enlarged preview window, also work in 8 bit work flows,
take advantage of floating point operations within Photoshop, yielding
smoother histograms, and allow for smoother graytone transitions.
filters will work on 16 Bit images in Photoshop CS3, CS 2, CS, 7,
6.0, and 5.5 (Win and MAC) and in compatible programs with 8 bit
images. Available for Windows and MAC OSX.
also operate on 16 bit layers, new with CS2 and CS, and work within
selections to give different results. See the TIPs
page to see other things that can be done.
Note: The histogram is always for the entire image, not just the
portion in the preview window. In the image below the model has
a lower set of values than the max grayscale. This means that if
you drop the maximum down to be 255, it doesn't mean the model's
image will be optimum. Common sense is important in using the histogram.
is the Help image for the filters.
Bit Enhanced filter window