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In Topic: Noise Reduction in PS Elements 2019

Yesterday, 01:08 PM



You should try it in Photoshop, it is not bad. I have saved many an image with photoshop.


Thanks, Art.  I will definitely give it a try, the next time I need to reduce noise.  :)

In Topic: Weekend in Paroa

Yesterday, 01:06 PM

Very nice series, Peter.  :)

In Topic: Noise Reduction in PS Elements 2019

19 November 2019 - 12:08 PM

OK, sorry for the delay, got busy, had to meet a deadline.


So, the first image is a SIDE BY SIDE of the ORIGINAL on the LEFT and DEFINE cleanup on the RIGHT. The image below it is PHOTOSHOPED.


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Although I think the photoshop effort has a little more noise elements, if you look at the eyes and helmet, the image is sharper.

I think, if you know how to use the Noise reduction features in Photoshop, it is slightly better.  Dfine is still a good package.  I think I stated earlier, it just softens the image, which is something I am not crazy about.


Good points, Art.  Dfine is a good package, but I get better results when I reduce noise in Lightroom.  I haven't used noise reduction in Photoshop.  :)

In Topic: Train rides

19 November 2019 - 12:05 PM

Nice series, Bill.  As Art suggests, people look like they are having fun.  :)

In Topic: Sunday Morning Moon

18 November 2019 - 12:48 PM

Very nice shot, Don.  :)