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    Sculptures in the garden. A yearly event to raise money for the guide dogs NSW.Name:  1710_MG_3694.jpg
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    Better a full bottle in front of me
    than a full frontal lobotomy.
    Hans

  • #2
    Great cause and great photos. Although last one seems grainy to me. Was that your intention in PP?
    IShootACanon

    Web: isacimages.com.au
    "Don't touch". Must be the scariest thing to read in braille!

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    • #3
      Interesting you mention the grain I was surprised to not see it in the background. I did look at it and scratched my head a bit. I don't mind it. I will have another look at the raw file. The metal is rough as is the plinth which is sandstone. There is a grain but it is a lot smaller.
      Better a full bottle in front of me
      than a full frontal lobotomy.
      Hans

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      • Isac
        Isac commented
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        I look forward to your findings when you revisit the RAW file HansE.

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      Here it is at 100% in virginal jpg.
      Better a full bottle in front of me
      than a full frontal lobotomy.
      Hans

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      • #5
        Very Interesting - doesn't appear to have a lot of noise compared with the first one.
        IShootACanon

        Web: isacimages.com.au
        "Don't touch". Must be the scariest thing to read in braille!

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        • #6
          Obviously bought out in pp probably the sharpening. Don't recall If I used the L channel in CMYK or the Hipass filter in RGB.
          Better a full bottle in front of me
          than a full frontal lobotomy.
          Hans

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          • #7
            You mention CMYK. Are you using this image for printing? Ages ago, I found a noise reduction PS plugin filter called COLORMANCER and it's briliant (give it a go - it's a freebie). I ran it on your pic and it it worked like magic! I used 150 for "Overall Noise Level" and zeroed all other sliders. Then I ran my freebie "Subtle" sharpening action on it (plus a straighten) and below is the result.
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            IShootACanon

            Web: isacimages.com.au
            "Don't touch". Must be the scariest thing to read in braille!

            My Gear
            Proudly supporting Kaarakin Black Cockatoo Conservation Centre

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            • HansE
              HansE commented
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              Re the CMYK , No. will look at the channels for various reasons. Surprised at how much grain that is produced by sharpening L channel in LAB sometimes.

          • #8
            Sounds good. I will look for it. Got a "new" book today Adobe Photoshop CS5 for photographers. 746 pages of unadulterated joy. I think i should master a bit more before using too many plug ins.
            Better a full bottle in front of me
            than a full frontal lobotomy.
            Hans

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