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Old Sep 10, 2003, 5:44 PM   #7
voxmagna
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I'll drop Chris a line of thanks, he's active over the other side, I was going to do this myself so I appreciate the time it could have taken me.

In case the first poster gets confused, I'll just add that noise reduction is something to do before sharpening, on high ISO pics so you don't sharpen the noise and make it look worse! But for most correctly exposed pics at 160-200 ASA in good light, it shouldn't make much difference for average size prints. Cheers - VOX
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