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Unread 10-30-2012, 11:44 AM   #6
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I'm not sure why you had to shoot with that high of an ISO. Her shadow is so well defined from a light source that the light source should have been sufficient for a lower ISO. What were your aperture and shutterspeed settings, if you don't mind? Personally, if I feel an image is way too noisy, then I'll edit it more as a painting than as a picture. Topaz Labs has Denoise, which I use to remove as much of the artifacts as I can, then I'd use Topaz Labs Clean, which gives the appearance of tiny brush strokes which also sharpen the image. You should be able to adjust the settings to ignore all of the solid black parts, so it only sharpens the lines in the image. So up close it will look like a drawing/painting, but from full view people probably won't notice.
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