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Removing jpeg artefacts


kit-monster 17 3.7k 2 Singapore
21 Dec 2007 12:32PM
A client has supplied a jpeg image that needs resizing from 670 pixels high to 1280 pixels high and converting to B&W. The problem I have is it's a jpeg landscape with dark mountains and a light sky and this boundary has noticeable jpeg artefacts which are only made to look worse when resizing.

I don't normally work with jpegs and the original files aren't available, so I have to make do with what I've got. Does anyone have any experience of removing artefacts? A tool / piece of software would be ideal as I also don't have much time to work on the image. I've got PS 2 at my disposal.

Thanks.
User_Removed 16 3.3k Russian Federation
21 Dec 2007 12:34PM
Ed, would some kind of Noise Reduction software not do the trick, something like Noiseware?
kit-monster 17 3.7k 2 Singapore
21 Dec 2007 12:36PM
I've got noise ninja so I'll give that a whorl. Ta.
Anthony 19 5.6k 17 United Kingdom
21 Dec 2007 12:57PM
Another vote for Noiseware.

Anthony
BEVZED 14 1.1k United Kingdom
21 Dec 2007 1:03PM
Community Edition (Imagenomic) - basic but very good if used gently, and a FREEBIE.
ducatirider 13 5 1 United Kingdom
4 Jan 2008 10:39PM
Have you tried Genuine Fractals from OnOne. It very rare I use it but when I do it does an excellent job. Here's their website: here

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