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Sports photography with Fuji at high ISO : less noise, more details


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On 1/15/2020 at 3:50 PM, loforweb said:

Hi

I recently made some researches regarding my sports photography :

how to get less noise and more details with my high ISO Fuji files.

I wanted to share this with you in this post :

https://blog.laurencebichon.com/en/sports-photography-with-fuji-at-high-iso-less-noise-more-details/

Bye

Laurence

i read the article it's very nice ,but i guess topaz gigapixel ai does a better job than denoise ai ,in removing noise at the same time preserving details , if you can test that one too and update the post ,it would be nice ,have a nice day ahead !

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