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Great zmey 2007-12-11 8:08

bonjour, denis!

a nice, northern-light-like colors in this portrait of the old house. what did you do in postprocessing? do i correctly sense some gaussian-blur? in any case, mi compliments y merci du partage.

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Old 12-11-2007, 06:16 PM
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Default To zmey: gaussian-blur? no

Hi Kristaps
There isn't gaussian-blur. Reduce noise without keeping too much details. Thanks for your critique.
Have a nice day
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Denis!
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oh. clear then :) noise reduction without keepin details has a similar effect (to intentionally using gaussian blur).

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the only thing. hmm... how did the noise happen? the photo settings say, ISO was @ 80...
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