[Tig] denoising lowlights, interpolation algorithms (stills)
warrenl at gmail.com
Sun Mar 16 00:19:15 GMT 2008
I'm surprised that you're surprised, but then I guess the surprise level
depends on your preconceptions.
(or was the camera very warm when you took the shots?)
(I have no connection with dpreview.com other than being a 'subscribing'
On 14/03/2008, Rob Lingelbach <rob at colorist.org> wrote:
> Cintel and FilmLight support the TIG in 2008 - read about Cintel's NAB
> presence at
> I was unpleasantly surprised by the amount of noise in an (admittedly
> high ISO) image I shot in camera raw (NEF) on a Nikon D70. Cinepaint
> gave me an accurate representation of the noise, which was slightly
> dismaying when I saw what Photoshop Lightroom did in smoothing this
> noise in the lowlights. However, in the interest of veracity and
> acutance, I prefer knowing what was shot, and now I've been gracefully
> referred to
> which page, once viewed, is self-explanatory, and seems to be well-
> supported and received.
> And, as noted previously, Cinepaint is open source as well.
> Rob Lingelbach
> rob at colorist.org http://www.colorist.org/robhome.html
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> tig contact address is rob (at) calarts.edu
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