Started Apr 14, 2013 | Discussions thread
123Mike Veteran Member • Posts: 4,643
Re: Comparison at high ISO (6400)

Yes it enhances! There is an inherit sharpening effect with the Lanczos algorithm!

First, you can't sharpen detail back that wasn't there. Second, Lanczos doesn't enhance anything since there is still information lost. It minimizes the loss. Don't confuse preserving detail from the original file, with sharpening.

Lanczos has a sharpening effect, period. And that counts, period.

It's called normalization and there is no better way to do it than the above mentioned methods. So how did you do it? Since you had some claims yourself too.

My point is, that you are comparing a 1:1 A57 output with a scaled down ENHANCED A58 output. That is not a fair comparison.

Nonsense, see what I wrote above. Educate yourself on scaling algorithms before making claims such as these.

Please do not tell me that I need to be educated on anything. I could barf up these algorithms myself I someone asked. I actually used to write image processing algorithms for a living, a salary, at a company, like you know, a job, so don't get me started using an arrogance sense of self entitlement. And that included high performance code that's enhanced with assembly code by the way. So drop the you-know-less bs.

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