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Old Aug 31, 2010, 11:21 AM   #1
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These are all processed with AutoHDR on full detail and strength so are a bit extreme (and hence a bit of noise and grunginess). Then denoised with Topaz and resized. I used the bilinear resize method followed by unsharp mask rather than the bicubic resize method because I'm finding it gives much more pleasing (less pixelated) results on noisy images.

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The huge amount of noise in the sky in the first pic is interesting. I assume this is JPG noise ? Perhaps this is a good case for removing it before processing ?
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