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Old Nov 16, 2007, 8:48 AM   #1
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Old Nov 16, 2007, 8:49 AM   #2
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Yes the more the reduction the less obvious the noise....................musket
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Old Nov 16, 2007, 11:38 AM   #4
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Old Nov 16, 2007, 12:02 PM   #5
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And using Paintshop pro noise reduction :-)


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The Noise Ninja sharpening seems like it was a bit overdone introducing some artifacts at the treeline. Paintshop makes a useful noise reduction without introducing artifacts. Neither reduced detail more than was required for this photo.
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Old Nov 16, 2007, 3:34 PM   #7
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The Noise Ninja sharpening seems like it was a bit overdone introducing some artifacts at the treeline. Paintshop makes a useful noise reduction without introducing artifacts. Neither reduced detail more than was required for this photo.
Further up this country the sun never shows during some weeks in winter. I´ll redo this, since it can be of value. I´ll replace the NN with a new .jpeg file with absolutely no other PP

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I´ll send the original file and would be happy if you also can redo with the original file. I´ll replace the NN. Perhaps you could let your PPro be there for comparison

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The Noise Ninja sharpening seems like it was a bit overdone introducing some artifacts at the treeline. Paintshop makes a useful noise reduction without introducing artifacts. Neither reduced detail more than was required for this photo.
Further up this country the sun never shows during some weeks in winter. I´ll redo this, since it can be of value. I´ll replace the NN with a new .jpeg file with absolutely no other PP

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I´ll send the original file and would be happy if you also can redo with the original file. I´ll replace the NN. Perhaps you could let your PPro be there for comparison

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sounds ok, but how is it done? :-)ok got the original file...done two versions..just one pass in each...one in paint shop pro the other in raw therapee
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Torgny, since the defaults of these softwares may vary, I think the magic is more in the settings. Personally, I prefer the less amount ofelements to be detected as noise with more amount of reduction. If it doesn't work, I just increase the amount ofelements to be reduced.Thus, the moreI play aroundmy free version of Neat Image the more different resultsIget!

I should sayI too quite appreciated Musket's try at Paintshop pro

Below is the free version of Neat Image output in case you're interested.
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Old Nov 16, 2007, 6:12 PM   #10
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Torgny, since the defaults of these softwares may vary, I think the magic is more in the settings. Personally, I prefer the less amount ofelements to be detected as noise with more amount of reduction. If it doesn't work, I just increase the amount ofelements to be reduced.Thus, the moreI play aroundmy free version of Neat Image the more different resultsIget!

I should sayI too quite appreciated Musket's try at Paintshop pro

Below is the free version of Neat Image output in case you're interested.
Thank you, bahadir. Seems the Noise Ninja default (auto profiled) is adding too much sharpening at edges and otherwise give a bit too much watercolour effect

Yes, have to try different values at different parameters. The forest line is as ac.smith made me aware of, unacceptable

Very valuable information for me

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