The after is a little grainy I think... but if I get rid of the grain, then it's too blurry.
hi johnny c, and welcome to RP.
also try either Neat Image or the noise reducer in your graphic editor. just use very light settings or even a partial opacity mask to reduce the effect of the noise filter or completely mask out those areas you dont want affected and then use the noise filter.
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