Started by Dave, July 02, 2006, 01:15:48 PM
Quote from: capriccio on July 02, 2006, 01:24:05 PMCheck out http://www.neatimage.com - their software is an excellent companion to Photoshop. It's inexpensive (around $30), but even the downloadable trial version produces usable .jpg files. The outputted file will be the name plus "_filtered" added. Then you can import the Neat Image file into your .psd and mask out any detail that was lost, but keep the smooth areas.I hope that made some sense. There are other noise/artifact removing programs out there, but Neat Image is the best bet for the money, I think.
Quote from: Mark Wilson on July 03, 2006, 04:32:02 AMWhatever you do, Dave, you are going to have to do on selected areas. Anything that will remove those blotches will also remove detail, so you can't apply it to the entire image. You will probably have to select a small areas and work on them, then move on. Each small area you fix will give you more places to sample from. Leave the details (hat, face, medals, etc.) until last.-Mark.
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