Fine Art

Fine Art

Joined on Oct 19, 2011

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Fine Art: The mission to fix the Hubble telescope cost 1.5 Billion $. If all the braniacs at NASA couldn't do it in software for a billion what are the chances it will be in your photoshop upgrade for $300?

Presenting a perfect deconvolution as something you will get in your consumer software is plain fraud. Deconvolution is real, it works. I use it a lot. It is not going to do miracles.

You can buy deconvolution in other software now. I recommend Images Plus. Ive been buying it since version 2. I get nothing for recommending it.

I do use an adaptive RL.

Direct link | Posted on Oct 20, 2011 at 21:41 UTC
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Fine Art: The mission to fix the Hubble telescope cost 1.5 Billion $. If all the braniacs at NASA couldn't do it in software for a billion what are the chances it will be in your photoshop upgrade for $300?

Presenting a perfect deconvolution as something you will get in your consumer software is plain fraud. Deconvolution is real, it works. I use it a lot. It is not going to do miracles.

You can buy deconvolution in other software now. I recommend Images Plus. Ive been buying it since version 2. I get nothing for recommending it.

Have you ever actually done a deconvolution?

Direct link | Posted on Oct 19, 2011 at 23:26 UTC

The mission to fix the Hubble telescope cost 1.5 Billion $. If all the braniacs at NASA couldn't do it in software for a billion what are the chances it will be in your photoshop upgrade for $300?

Presenting a perfect deconvolution as something you will get in your consumer software is plain fraud. Deconvolution is real, it works. I use it a lot. It is not going to do miracles.

You can buy deconvolution in other software now. I recommend Images Plus. Ive been buying it since version 2. I get nothing for recommending it.

Direct link | Posted on Oct 19, 2011 at 20:02 UTC as 9th comment | 4 replies
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