Author Topic: Noise Handling vs DxO Optics Pro 11  (Read 1143 times)

Athomsfere

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Noise Handling vs DxO Optics Pro 11
« on: January 27, 2018, 03:40:15 am »
I'm on the trial for PhotoLab, because DxO Optics Pro doesn't support my D850  >:(

I was almost scared to see how badly my D850 was producing noise, until I took some shots from my D750 through PhotoLab and noticed the same problem.



The above its OpticsPro 11.4.2

the next one is a very similar crop, from the same RAW photo in PhotoLab



I have to say, I can't take the upgrade with this sort of quality loss. Can I fix this? Is the noise handling (Introduction) part of the new software?

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Nikon D750
Tamron 150-600 G2
f/6.3
1/400s
600mm

Fotoguido

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Re: Noise Handling vs DxO Optics Pro 11
« Reply #1 on: January 27, 2018, 06:29:37 pm »
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Priscilla Turner

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Re: Noise Handling vs DxO Optics Pro 11
« Reply #2 on: January 28, 2018, 07:14:44 am »
With precisely the same settings, 11 Pro and PhotoLab1 handle noise in my raw Pentax images precisely the same down to the last pixel.

Bencsi

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Re: Noise Handling vs DxO Optics Pro 11
« Reply #3 on: January 28, 2018, 12:19:49 pm »
Hi Athomspere,

The best to judge your complain to add here a link to your image ( Google Drive, iCloud, etc.) The forum doesn't accept images, but link text is OK.

Generally, if the Default Preset for DoP v11 and PL1 is same, there is no chance to find difference. Please check in the Preferences/Default preset names.

The best to do it by yourself, make a copy of your image to another folder and run same Preset on both images with two DxO versions. Enable the .dop sidecar generation in both apps and finally compare the two different .dop files for content. The differences must be in the .dop files.

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