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Old 01-20-2006, 09:09 PM   #20
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Originally Posted by Albert
Are you interested in the effect of anisotropic diffusion or its noise filtering capability?
No, I'm interested in coherence enhancement. This is what the anisotropic diffusion filter in Photoshop does. Except it has no controls, so there is no way to apply less than it is set for, and often it goes too far.

Frankly, I doubt that it would be financially worthwhile to create one of these filters. How often do we hear people say "I sure wish I had a decent coherence enhancing anisotropic diffusion filter." It is just a small group of us who use this as part of rendering photos in different ways to get them to look like natural media. But I will email some info about this. If nothing else, you might find it interesting to look at.


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