Not so much progress on the noise side – I tried to reduce chroma noise with an option in UFRaw. The result is, well, see yourself in the image above (200% view).
1 – the noisy image
2 – the denoised image
3 – the denoised image with chroma noise reduction
4 – 1 and 3 combined with a mask for the edges.
I’ll explore soe more noise reduction options before I finish this image.
In the main part of this video you’ll see how to register an additional image into the already rotated and cropped stack of layers.
Reducing Chroma Noise in UFRaw 03:00
Register an additional image into the layer stack 06:00
Moving the layer to a register point 06:30
Setting the center point for rotation 08:40
Cropping the layer to the image size 13:20
Checking the results 14:00
Why the Neon Filter? 16:20
When is an image finished? 18:10
Save as a new one layer image 19:40
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