Silkypix Developer Studio Pro for Panasonic - Special !!!

Started Dec 14, 2012 | Discussions thread
harry cannoli
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LX7/SilkyPix full size image here..
In reply to teddoman, Dec 17, 2012

This image was processed through the free version of SilkyPix, into Photoshop7. Perspective adjusted in PS7, sharpened in PS7.

This image isn't quite full size. I shot in 2:3, as I like that look. Pixels were also lost in PS7 when I corrected perspective. Image was not cropped or resized. I probably chucked about 20% of the pixels during perspective correction.

Demosiacing engine is quite good, look at the bricks. This is an old building, even up close, brickface is worn, and the perspective correction I did probably took it's toll as well. IMO, the included version of SilkyPix is more than fine. No real need to upgrade.

Image is here

Hope this helps.

Cheers,
Rich
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