Processing for very large print

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Processing for very large print
Sep 25, 2012

Hi Everyone,

I've been shooting photos of the pros at my tennis club for the manager, and they have been very well received (I'll post a bunch later for those interested). The manager really liked this one, and wanted to make a very large print and frame it (16X20 or 20X30 or poster size).

The shot was taken indoors at low light and high ISO and is noisy. I've never processed for a large print like this. How do I deal with noise reduction and sharpening - the same as a smaller print or do I need special considerations?

Thanks in advance for advice - and feel free to fool with this if you'd like to improve it in any way. Crop out the watermark - don't need that part anyway. Original full file is available if needed.

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Sam K., NYC

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