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Old June 24th, 2007, 12:27 PM
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So here are the newly processed images from 16 bit tifs.

Shot @ 8:



Shot @ 8:

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Old June 24th, 2007, 01:00 PM
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For easy comparison, below are the most interesting ones (IMO)








(without any color corrections as I did previously)
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Old June 24th, 2007, 01:30 PM
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Nicolas,

1.What do you think so far, since you can look at things 100% or are these 100%?

2. Have you run sharpening on your Focus Magic and Focus Fixer examples? IOW, is there benefit from adding these programs before using your best sharpening method?

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Old June 24th, 2007, 03:04 PM
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Well
their are all 100% of the cropped file I got.

My preference (seen on a powerbook) is in order:

Focus fixer
Noel Carboni
My action

I recognize, that on this sample my action is beatten! but they're all not free ;-)

Now, I'd like to read other's opinions
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Old June 24th, 2007, 03:44 PM
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For easy comparison, below are the most interesting ones (IMO)
Nicolas, in post #12 I presented an improved version of the f/32 version processed with the adaptive RL algorithm. Could you exchange the current/old version in your post with hat one?

I have also done some tests with SizeFixer from FixerLabs. It incorporates their 'Lensfix' functionality with (potential) interpolation functionality. It looks nice (I'll post examples when I'm back at my main PC), in fact very close to my 'best' ImagesPlus results when SizeFixer is used without interpolation (100% scale). I have yet to test its interpolated result when downsampled.

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Old June 24th, 2007, 03:48 PM
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Well
their are all 100% of the cropped file I got.

My preference (seen on a powerbook) is in order:

Focus fixer
Noel Carboni
My action

I recognize, that on this sample my action is beatten! but they're all not free ;-)

Now, I'd like to read other's opinions
Yes, Nicolas, but how do they look when your sharpening is added to the other Focus Fixer or Magic Focus? I seem to not be explaining myself.

It's like this:

1. Your sharpening is free and impressive. I like what you do.

2. Focus Magic seems great too. Now would it be even better followed by your action?

Thanks,

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Old June 25th, 2007, 12:08 AM
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Nicolas, in post #12 I presented an improved version of the f/32 version processed with the adaptive RL algorithm. Could you exchange the current/old version in your post with hat one?

I have also done some tests with SizeFixer from FixerLabs. It incorporates their 'Lensfix' functionality with (potential) interpolation functionality. It looks nice (I'll post examples when I'm back at my main PC), in fact very close to my 'best' ImagesPlus results when SizeFixer is used without interpolation (100% scale). I have yet to test its interpolated result when downsampled.

Bart
Hi Bart

Sorry! I'll do that later today (got to go to work for now!)

Asher

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Old June 25th, 2007, 08:50 AM
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A note for users of Noel Carboni's 'dSLR Fractal Sharpen' action (requires Genuine Fractals):

I just got a mail back from Noel. He has updated his actions for use with Genuine Fractals version 5. He'll be sending an update to registered users very soon. There is a also a pre-release.

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