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13
comment How does in-camera noise reduction compare to software one?
Could you explain: "Most noise reduction algorithms in commercial software seem to work according to less advanced concepts than wavelet deconvolution, so noise removal is currently less effective in general than it probably could be."? Thank You.
Mar
13
comment Which noise reduction software has the best results?
How do you know how every one of them work?
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12
comment Best Unsharp Mask settings after resizing photos for imagemagick
I'm not sure as I don't know ImageMagick that well.
Mar
11
answered Best Unsharp Mask settings after resizing photos for imagemagick
Mar
11
comment Is there a GUI application to quickly geotag photos / run exiftool with multiple parameters?
I wish this program was updated. It is amazing!
Feb
21
revised Emulate Gimp's Grain Merge in Photoshop
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21
comment Emulate Gimp's Grain Merge in Photoshop
I marked the answer as "Correct Answer" though it is not exactly as I wanted (See my answer below). Yet it would work. I'm still looking for a proper solution. I think it can be done with prior scaling and using "Linear Light" or "Linear Burn" as can be seen according to: simplefilter.de/en/basics/mixmods.html
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21
answered Emulate Gimp's Grain Merge in Photoshop
Feb
19
comment Emulate Gimp's Grain Merge in Photoshop
Is there a combination of Add and Subtract? I'm trying to accumulate information from many layers. Yet it is both negative and positive. Hence I need something like Grain Merge.
Feb
18
comment Emulate Gimp's Grain Merge in Photoshop
That might work yet each layer would look "awkward" and hence harder to edit. I wonder, does Photoshop support "Negative" values in its 32 Bit Mode?
Feb
18
comment Emulate Gimp's Grain Merge in Photoshop
Hi, I can also do it using Calculation, yet since I have more than 2 layers and I want to see the effect in real time (Adjusting each of the layers) I must do it using Blend Modes.
Feb
18
asked Emulate Gimp's Grain Merge in Photoshop
Feb
16
answered Digital Photography Plugin List
Feb
16
answered What Photoshop plugins are must haves?