Follow up after having de-noised half a dozen film-based panoramas...
On Sat, 19 Jun 2010 11:58:21 +0900, Stephani Hill
> My experience has been much the same as yours, Roger. I also like that
> there are me-proof tutorials on youtube! I got the suite when they ran
> a special around the first of the year, and I haven't regretted the
> purchase for a second.
Topaz De-Noise is doing a great job of making panoramas badly affected by
obtrusive noise look much more presentable. But I am finding lots of things
in those early panoramas that embarrass me. Botched nadir and zenith
stitching errors, you name it... I suppose they might be an encouragement
to other beginners ("even if your first panoramas look like this, press on
you can get to produce reasonably good ones"). But I am less keen to put
them on public show... Still on the "to do" list, but nearer the bottom for
the time being.
One thing I did appreciate all over again was how very wide the dynamic
range was in those early film-based panoramas!