On 2022-10-03, Alfred Molon <alfred...@yahoo.com
> Am 26.09.2022 um 16:40 schrieb Incubus:
>> On 2022-09-22, Alfred Molon <alfred...@yahoo.com
>>> Some tests with Photo AI (images shot with the Olympus E-M1 Mark II and
>>> III cameras):
>>> 1. The kingfisher I shot in 2019 with the Olympus 75-300 lens at 300mm /
>>> ISO 6400.
>>> Left is my RAW processing result of 2019, right the same RAW just
>>> re-processed with Photo AI:
>>> 2. A red leaf monkey I shot last month in the Danum valley (ISO 6400,
>>> Olympus 100-400 at 400mm).
>>> Left is the out-of-camera JPEG, right the output of Photo AI:
>>> Quite impressive detail recovery, especially in the monkey picture.
>> It doesn't recover detail. It inserts fake detail based on what it
>> thinks will look okay to a human. It might be impressive but it's not
>> really photography in my book.
> It's not adding any fake detail. If you look closely at the monkey
> picture for instance, you will see that Sharpen AI is not adding a
> single hair which was not in the original image.
> Sharpen AI seems to have some very sophiticated deblurring algorithm,
> meaning that it takes a blurred image and removes the blur.
You cannot deblur a blurred image. You cannot recover detail that isn't
there. The application is fooling you. As I said, it might be