Topaz Sharpen AI

Started Jun 17, 2021 | Discussions thread
JimH123 Veteran Member • Posts: 3,630
One more example

The jumping spider waited for an ant that was walking on the bottom side of the left and when it got to the edge, the jumping spider reached down under the leaf and pulled up that ant.

We are seeing here that using an inexpensive lens can have its results improved to the point it starts to produce results expected from a high-end lens. Of course, the high-end lenses can have wider apertures and can focus faster, and other good things. But the SW tools are now allowing someone with the less expensive lenses to produce results that may approach what a high-end lens normally produces.

Again, the Sharpen AI result on the left and the original RAW on the right. And again, tightly cropped.

But I suppose we will hear the chorus of those that claim they see no difference.

Adding an example showing that the new Sharpen AI followed Gigapixel AI produces great results.  Olympus EM1ii and 60mm macro lens.

Unopened rose bud with ant tending to the aphids.

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