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Re: ACDSee or DXO

There's a clear difference between the two Ian and I prefer your version. Maybe it's down to me over-sharpening.

It was hand held in a bird hide that I was visiting for the first time. The light wasn't that great either.
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Re: ACDSee or DXO

I think with the benefit of a side by side comparison, mine looks more processed in places but Mike's has less feather detail (unless that's just artefacts! ) and a bit more noise.

The hawk shot demonstrates that good light makes a big difference for noise and definition even at the same ISO, though I think that image was significantly sharper to start with.

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Re: ACDSee or DXO

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There's a clear difference between the two Ian and I prefer your version. Maybe it's down to me over-sharpening.

It was hand held in a bird hide that I was visiting for the first time. The light wasn't that great either.
I had sharpening at 50/1.6 radius, 75 detail and NR 60, 75 detail, contrast 0 and for what it's worth, colour noise on 100 - not sure it makes a difference though.

I think you applied post crop vignette - I certainly did

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This shows the extent at which the image was cropped from the original frame!

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