In general not satisfied with this feature , it creates lots of artefacts and noise.
I tested it on RAF , NEF and CRW files
I have seen the same thing. For now I will continue to use Topaz Photo AI for noise and sharpening0
I also have the same experience with tack sharp.
I will just continue to use the Sharpening Effect. This also allows me to select the area to be sharpened.0
In beta testing I found that it was best to reduce the amount of Deblur in Tack Sharp to around 50%. This stopped oversharpening, could then add extra pop back using Dynamic Contrast etc.1
I never use any of the AI generated starting points for NoNoise AI or Tack Sharp. The first thing I do is set all the sliders to 0 then set them to my liking.0
I definitely think that good knowledge of managing these sliders is very important in order to obtain the right results0
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