19 Jun More Topaz Software Revelations
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This past week has seen me focussing on finishing my latest video course (it’s still not finished). It’s been three months in the making so far, but I don’t want to rush things. So, alongside video editing, I’ve been tidying up my photos on Redbubble, and that’s why I’m sharing today’s image.
I won’t go into the technicalities of Redbubble sizing, but I wanted the image to be 7,100pixels on the long edge. The native size of the image was 5,595pixels on the long edge, so I needed to increase the resolution.
After resizing the image, I checked the detail at 100% and was surprised to see quite a bit of noise in the sky. Ultimately, I traced this back to my editing using Nik Color Efex Pro, which I must admit can exaggerate noise. Rather than try to reprocess the entire image I thought I would run the image through Nik Dfine. This did a reasonable job, but I could still see traces of noise artefacts in the sky that I couldn’t remove. That’s when I thought I would try Topaz DeNoise.
I originally purchased Topaz DeNoise years ago, when the first version came out. I always found it good, but it required a lot of fiddling with the controls. As Topaz has a policy of selling a product license for
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