Arsenal 2’s Deep Color uses a neural network to intelligently develop each photo. Deep Color is not a look or a filter. Instead, it produces a set of adjustments custom to each photo.
To apply Deep Color, you will want to make sure your camera is saving in RAW or RAW + JPEG. If the camera allows for multiple RAW options, please make sure it’s set to uncompressed RAW. Deep Color is available on individual shots and stacked images. To apply Deep Color to Handheld shots connect to the app after shooting (leave your Arsenal 2 connected and on), and access the images through the gallery.
After you have completed taking a shot, click on the thumbnail in the lower right-hand corner of the app.
You will see the Deep Color slider change from gray to rainbow after a few seconds. Move the slider left to right until you see the desired amount of adjustment to the photo.
Check out some Deep Color examples here!
To save your Deep Color images be sure to adjust your Photo Storage settings.
To save your Deep Color images, navigate to the Settings screen and click “MANAGE” under the PHOTO STORAGE section. Then select if you’d like to automatically save versions of photos and stacked images processed with Deep Color to your phone, Arsenal 2’s internal Micro SD card, or both.
To share a photo from the Arsenal 2 gallery, tap the photo you’d like to share, and click on the share icon. You can then choose your preferred destination, such as Instagram, Facebook, email, chat, or choose to save directly to your phone. When posting on social media, you can use the hashtag #withArsenal to share your photos with the Arsenal community.
Check out this video to see how Deep Color Processes Images!
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