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NBP Freqsep Control For Adobe Photoshop 2.0.000

NBP Freqsep Control for Adobe Photoshop 2.0.000

If you are a retoucher who uses frequency separation in your workflow, you might be interested in a plugin that claims to offer more control and better results than the traditional methods in Photoshop. The plugin is called NBP Freqsep Control, and it is developed by Nino Batista and Fixel Algorithms. In this article, we will review the features and benefits of this plugin, and how it can improve your retouching quality and efficiency.

What is frequency separation?

Frequency separation is a technique that allows you to separate the color and texture information of an image into two different layers, so that you can edit them independently. This is especially useful for skin retouching, as you can smooth out the skin tone without affecting the skin texture, or enhance the texture without changing the color. Frequency separation can also be used for other purposes, such as removing blemishes, wrinkles, scars, hair, etc.


What are the limitations of traditional frequency separation methods?

While frequency separation is a powerful tool for retouching, it also has some drawbacks and challenges. Some of the common issues are:

  • The process of setting up frequency separation in Photoshop can be tedious and time-consuming, as you have to apply filters, adjust settings, create masks, etc.

  • The choice of filters and settings can affect the quality and accuracy of the separation, as different filters have different effects on the image. For example, Gaussian Blur can cause haloing artifacts around edges, while Median can cause loss of detail and sharpness.

  • The separation is not always perfect, as some color information can leak into the texture layer, or vice versa. This can cause unwanted color shifts or texture loss when editing the layers.

  • The separation is not very flexible, as you have to work with only two layers: one for color and one for texture. If you want to separate the image into more frequencies, such as high, medium, and low frequencies, you have to repeat the process multiple times.

How does NBP Freqsep Control solve these problems?

NBP Freqsep Control is a plugin that aims to overcome the limitations of traditional frequency separation methods by offering more control and quality in a single panel. Some of the features and benefits of this plugin are:

  • It simplifies and speeds up the setup process by allowing you to create frequency separation layers with one click.

  • It lets you choose from three proprietary smoothing filters: Gaussian Blur, Super Surface Blur, or Median, depending on your preference and style. These filters are optimized to minimize or eliminate haloing artifacts and preserve more texture than Photoshop filters.

  • It gives you more control over the separation by allowing you to adjust the radius and opacity of each layer independently. You can also toggle on or off each layer to see the effect.

  • It enables you to create up to five frequency separation layers: one for color and four for texture. You can name each layer according to your needs, such as high frequency, medium frequency, low frequency, etc.

  • It improves the accuracy and quality of the separation by using 32-bit edge preserving and blur algorithms that are faster and more precise than Photoshop algorithms.

How do I install and use NBP Freqsep Control?

NBP Freqsep Control works on Adobe Photoshop versions CC15.5 through current, for Mac or Windows operating systems. To install it, you need to download the installer from [the official website] or [PRO EDU], run it on your computer, enter your administrator password, and follow the instructions. Once installed, you can access the plugin from Window > Extensions > NBP Freqsep Control in Photoshop.

To use it, you need to open an image in Photoshop, select the layer that you want to apply frequency separation to, and click on the Create button in the plugin panel. You can then choose the filter type, radius, opacity, and name for each layer. You can also adjust these settings later by using the sliders or typing in the values. You can edit each layer as you normally would in Photoshop, using tools such as the Healing Brush, Clone Stamp, Dodge and Burn, etc. You can also merge or delete the layers as needed.


NBP Freqsep Control is a plugin that offers a new and improved way of doing frequency separation in Photoshop. It simplifies the setup process, gives you more control and flexibility, and enhances the quality and accuracy of the separation. It can help you achieve better results in your retouching, especially for skin, while saving you time and effort. If you are interested in trying it out, you can download a free trial from [the official website] or buy it for $30. You can also watch some video tutorials by Nino Batista on [his YouTube channel] to learn more about how to use it effectively.


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