What's wrong with the Quattro

Started Jul 18, 2014 | Discussions thread
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RitterRunkel
RitterRunkel Regular Member • Posts: 150
Re: What's wrong with the Quattro

mroy wrote:

Third, the sharpening artifacts in the q are disturbing. The M image does not show that kind of damage. At that point it's even more difficult to properly compare the two images.

Maybe you could try try the "haze removal" sharpening technique on the q image? It's really very detailed.

There is no 'haze removal' sharpening technique.

Of course there is. Since he put the quotation marks you should have noticed it's not the scientific description but a known synonym substitute. And Richard is right imho, you should try other sharpening methods. USM, Local contrast, clarity, etc. Me myself like deconvolution. The choice is yours. But with USM applied that heavily you damaged the image detail making a comparison worthless.

Of course you should accept that sharpening is pp and maybe also accept that's not me not being able to read (regarding your subject above).

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