When 3000mm isn't quite enough :)

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OutsideTheMatrix Senior Member • Posts: 6,288
Re: When 3000mm isn't quite enough :)

André BARELIER wrote:

ANAYV wrote:

André BARELIER wrote:


With the new software tools we have now, we can go even further.

I played with one of your images below. Hope you don't mind.

I re visited this image, as when I responded i was looking at my cellphone, but now on 4K monitor.

Excellent job of bringing out the details, Andre!

May i ask what you used (software) ?


Stay healthy


Ah, yes, you couldn't see the details on your phone.

I used Topaz AI Clear, which is part of Topaz Studio. It's an impressive piece of software. It is able to remove noise while recreating details which were lost in the original image due to lens softness, or noise. This is made possible thanks to AI which, IMO, is a revolution in image processing.

Topaz studio can be used as a Photoshop plugin, or as a standalone program. It works fine on jpegs.

AI sounds like a great way to increase the apparent resolution without increasing noise or sharpening artifacts, sort of the way Dynamic Fine Zoom works!

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